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The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2012
Alvin E. Roth, Lloyd S. Shapley

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Interview

Interview, December 2012

Clip from interview with the 2012 Laureate in Economic Sciences Lloyd S. Shapley, 6 December 2012. The interviewer is freelance journalist Joanna Rose. During his studies at Harvard, Lloyd Shapley was drafted in 1943, and served in the Army Air Corps in China. After World War II, he received the Bronze Star for cracking the Russian wheather code.

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Interview, December 2012

Clip from interview with the 2012 Laureate in Economic Sciences Lloyd S. Shapley, 6 December 2012. The interviewer is freelance journalist Joanna Rose. During the interview, Lloyd Shapley talks about his mother and father (American astronomer Harlow Shapley), and about beating his three brothers and his sister in math games. In 1950, Shapley invented the board game So Long Sucker, along with Mel Hausner, John Forbes Nash, and Martin Shubik.

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