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Speaker Claudia Goldin, the esteemed economic historian and Harvard's Henry Lee Professor of Economics, was awarded the 2023 Nobel Economics Prize for her outstanding contributions in economic history and labor economics. Renowned for her research on the female labor force, immigration, income inequality, and education, Goldin's unique approach interprets contemporary challenges through a historical lens. Her affiliations with prestigious institutions, editorial impact, and leadership roles highlight her profound influence on the field.
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Economics speaker Claudia Goldin, Harvard’s esteemed economic historian and Henry Lee Professor of Economics, has been awarded the 2023 Nobel Economics Prize for her exceptional contributions. Renowned for her expertise in economic history and labor economics, Goldin served as the director of NBER’s Development of the American Economy program from 1989 to 2017.
Her extensive research covers key topics: the female labor force, immigration, income inequality, technological change, education, and also the gender earnings gap. Goldin’s unique approach interprets contemporary challenges through a historical lens. A recent project, “A Long Road: The Quest for Career and Family,” exemplifies her dedication to exploring crucial themes.
One notable achievement is the edited volume “Women Working Longer,” shedding light on women’s increased employment in later years. Beyond academia, Goldin led the American Economic Association (2013) and the Economic History Association (2000).
Speaker Claudia Goldin, acknowledged for her impact, holds affiliations with esteemed institutions such as the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, SOLE, the Econometric Society, and the Cliometric Society.She received the IZA Prize in Labor Economics (2016) and the Mincer Prize for lifetime achievements in labor economics (2009).
Goldin’s editorial impact includes editing the Journal of Economic History (1984–1988) and currently serving as associate editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics. With academic excellence, she earned her B.A. from Cornell University and her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.
Join Claudia Goldin as she delves into the intricacies of the gender wage gap, offering insights and perspectives from her extensive research in economic history and labor economics.
Explore the impactful contributions of women in the field of economics with Claudia Goldin, a renowned economic historian. Gain valuable insights into the evolving role of women in shaping economic discourse.
Claudia Goldin shares her expertise on women's participation in the labor market, providing a comprehensive view of the challenges and opportunities that shape the landscape of female employment.
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