The Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit (literally, institute for the future of labor but officially translated as Institute for the Study of Labor), informally known as eye-zee-eh (for Americans) or eye-zed-eh (for Canadians and Brits) or eat-zah (rhymes with pizza, for Germans) has awarded their annual prize in labor economics to Richard Blundell of UCL.
This prize is very well deserved. Congratulations Richard!
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