Author, Economic and Social Theorist, Advisor to the European Union and Head of State, and President of the Foundation on Economic Trends
2021 Nobel Prize in Economics awardee. Speaker David Card is a leader in studying wages, immigration, education, and labor market differences concerning race and gender. Organizations book David Card to learn about the economics of immigration and the role of firms in the labor market.
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Nobel Prize speaker David Card is UC Berkley’s Professor of Economics. He also serves as the Director of the Labor Studies Program at the NBER. David specializes in conducting studies in wages, immigration, education, and labor market differences concerning race and gender.
He collaborated in the making of several books, such as Small Differences that Matter. In addition, he worked on The Handbook of Labor Economics. David has also written more than 125 book chapters and journal articles in his professional career.
David Card started his co-editing career with Econometrica in 1991 all the way until 1995. Later in 2002, he began his work as a co-editor for the American Economic Review until 2005. During his tenure at Princeton, he served as a visiting professor at Columbia, Harvard.
When he was just under 40, he obtained the 1995 John Bates Clark Prize. He received the prize for his extraordinary contributions to economics. 2006 saw him share the Institute of Labor Economics Prize with Alan Krueger. One year later, he gained the Econometric Society’s Frisch Medal. In 2015 he obtained the BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge Prize.
In 2021, speaker David Card obtained the Nobel Prize in economics, which he received thanks to his work with Alan Krueger. During that same year, David became a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.
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