What is the economist about when he cannot conduct an experiment?  The 2021 Nobel laureates have found a way out.  By NES professors Olga Kuzmina and Evgeny Yakovlev (he studied with one of them)

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This year, American scientists David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens became laureates of the Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, established by the State Bank of Sweden. Half of the prize will be awarded to Card – for “an empirical contribution to the economics of labor”, the other half will be divided between Angrist and Imbens – “for a methodological contribution to the analysis of cause-and-effect relationships.” At Meduza’s request, professors of the Russian School of Economics Olga Kuzmina and Yevgeny Yakovlev talk about what this means – David Card was one of Yakovlev’s scientific advisors during his postgraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley.

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