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Give it for rent-seeking to whom? Gordon Tullock?

Anne Krueger, I guess.

My pick? Philip Mirowski.

Mirowski is too much of a philosopher and a historian, not enough economist. What exactly did he invent as an economist in your opinion?

Mirowski won't receive the prize. I think Eugene Fama is a good shot as well. If they want to give the price to some woman for once, Anne Krueger has definately chances, even if it is ridiculous in my opinion.

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