Isaiah Andrews Awarded 2021's John Bates Clark Medal
Harvard’s Isaiah Andrews awarded the John Bates Clark Medal
Professor Isaiah Andrews has been awarded the John Bates Clark Medal for his "contributions to econometric theory and empirical practice have improved the quality, credibility, and communication of quantitative research in economics." The prize is bestowed annually upon an American economist under the age of 40 for making significant contributions to thought and knowledge in the field. He joins the rank of 7 other previous John Bates Clark Medal winners currently in the department.
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The Department of Economics is part of the larger academe of teaching and research at Harvard University.
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Morton L. and Carole S. Olshan Professor of Economics
Fields of Study
Fields of Study
The study of individual markets and the nature of competition. Topics include anti-trust policy, the role of advertising, and how costs vary with the scale of operations. This field also studies particular industries such as software and technology firms, sports, and tourism.