Nobel esteem in economics leader announced

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Bengt Holmström, left, and Oliver Hart, right, share this year’s Nobel Prize in economics for their investigate on agreement theory.

Two professors from Harvard and MIT have been awarded a Nobel Prize in economics for contributions to agreement speculation — a agreements that figure business, financial and open policy.

Oliver Hart, 68, a British economist training during Harvard, and Bengt Holmström, 67, a Finnish economist training during MIT, were announced as a winners Monday by a Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden.

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