Laidler awarded Guggenheim Prize for History of Economic Thought

Economics professor emeritus David Laidler has been awarded the 2015 Thomas Guggenheim Prize for the History of Economic Thought. Recognizing a lifetime of achievement, the Guggenheim Prize is presented bi-annually by the Thomas Guggenheim Program at Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

Laidler will be awarded the prize in a public lecture he will deliver at a conference organized by the Thomas Guggenheim Foundation (Geneva), the IIE (University of Geneva) and Ben Gurion University (Israel) on Economic Research and Policy at the Federal Reserve: Past, Present and Future in International Perspective in June in Geneva.