Which career is right depends on a lot more than money. If you're trying to decide which career you want, MIT economist Peter Diamond has some ideas.
This year's Nobel winners looked at the mismatch between job seekers and job openings. Too many modelers don't.
Peter Diamond won the Nobel Prize this morning, but his appointment to the Federal Reserve Board has been hung up in the Senate.
The Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to three economists who examined how unemployment can remain high while jobs stand vacant.
Liberal economists see the $3.6 trillion proposal as a 'step in the right direction.'