Vernon L. Smith received the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2002 (shared with Daniel Kahnemann) for his groundbreaking work in experimental economics. Currently he serves as Professor of Economics and Law at George Mason University, Virginia and as a Research Scholar at this university's Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science. He also holds the Visiting Rasmuson Chair in Economics at the University of Alaska, Anchorage and is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Among countless other honors and distinctions, Professor Smith is also a Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association, an Andersen Consulting Professor of the Year, and the recipient of the 1995 Adam Smith Award. He is a member of the Academic Advisory Council of ECAEF and has authored or co-authored well over 250 articles and books on capital theory, finance, natural resource economics, experimental economics, and neuro-economics. In 1997 he founded the US-based IFREE, the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics.
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