Sargent and Sims Nobel Prize

Thomas Sargent and Chris Sims won the 2011 Nobel Prize in economics.

In a nutshell Sargent won for dynamic learning of economic agents and Sims won for championing vector autoregression and impulse response in econometrics.

Already there has been a lot written, here are the items (in order) that I’ve found that I recommend:

Professor John Hassler explaining the work for which the prize was given:

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