Becker, Gary S.
Gary Becker was an American economist who was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in 1992 for having expanded the scope of economics to such “outlandish” topics as crime, racial discrimination, education, addiction, fertility choices, and marriage and the family. A member of the Chicago school of economics, he was especially influential in the development of the economic analysis of law.
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