Paul Romer Wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics

Congratulations to Paul Romer, University Professor at NYU and former Director of the Marron Institute, who has won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for integrating technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis.” He shares this year's prize with William Nordhaus of Yale University, recognized “for integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis.”
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Programs

Urban Expansion

Urban Expansion

The Urban Expansion Program, led by Professor Shlomo Angel and supported jointly with the NYU Stern Urbanization Project, works with rapidly-growing cities to make room for their inevitable expansion.

Air Quality

Air Quality

The Air Quality Program, led by Professor Kevin Cromar, works to improve the health and welfare of urban residents by finding cost-effective ways to monitor and reduce air pollution.

Litmus

Litmus

The Litmus Program, led by Professor Angela Hawken, works with public agencies and the people they serve to develop and rigorously test new ideas for improving the performance of the public sector.

Crime and Justice

Crime and Justice

The Crime and Justice Program, led by Professor Mark Kleiman, works to reduce crime and mass incarceration, and to develop sensible approaches to drug policy.