George A. Akerlof

Affiliations: 
Economics University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
General Economics, Labor Economics
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Parents

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Robert M. Solow grad student 1966 MIT

Children

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Adriana Kugler grad student 1966 UC Berkeley
Rachel Kranton grad student 1993 UC Berkeley
Wei-Kang Wong grad student 2001 UC Berkeley
Andrea De Michelis grad student 2003 UC Berkeley
Paola Giuliano grad student 2003 UC Berkeley
Matias F. Barenstein grad student 2004 UC Berkeley
Lawrence W. Dwight grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Jason R. Eis grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Terence M. Kennedy grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Desiree N. Schaan grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
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Kranton RE. (2016) Identity economics 2016: Where do social distinctions and norms come from? American Economic Review. 106: 405-409
Akerlof GA, Snower DJ. (2016) Bread and bullets Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 126: 58-71
Akerlof GA, Shiller RJ. (2015) Phishing for phools: The economics of manipulation and deception Phishing For Phools: the Economics of Manipulation and Deception. 1-272
Akerlof GA. (2012) Democratic change in the Arab world, past and present: Comments and discussion Brookings Papers On Economic Activity. 401-404
Akerlof GA, Shiller RJ. (2011) How human psychology drives the economy, and why it matters for global capitalism Privredna Kretanja I Ekonomska Politika. 21: 95-101
Akerlof GA, Shiller RJ. (2010) Animal spirits: How human psychology drives the economy, and why it matters for global capitalism Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters For Global Capitalism. 1-230
Akerlof GA, Kranton RE. (2010) Identity economics: How our identities shape our work, wages, and well-being Identity Economics: How Our Identities Shape Our Work, Wages, and Well-Being. 1-185
Akerlof GA. (2009) How human psychology drives the economy and why it matters American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 91: 1175
Akerlof GA. (2009) Comments and discussion Brookings Papers On Economic Activity. 322-326
Akerlof GA, Shiller RJ. (2009) How 'animal spirits' destabilize economies McKinsey Quarterly. 127-135
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