DescriptionThaler won the Nobel Prize for Economics.American economist H. Thaler, renowned for his work in the theory of behavioral economics, was the winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics this year.The Nobel Prize for Economics was awarded this year by American economist Richard H. Thaler.The Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences announced that the Sveriges Riksbanks Economic Sciences Award, given for the memory of Alfred Nobel, was awarded to US economist Richard H. Thaler this year because of his contributions to the theory of behavioral economics."Thaler has combined psychological assumptions with economic decision-making analyzes, exploring how such human factors can systematically affect individual decisions and market processes," explains Thaler, who investigated the results of partial rationality, social preferences and lack of self-control. expressions took place.In the explanations, Thaler's contributions to the analysis of individual decisions bridged between economic and psychological sciences, the empirical findings and theoretical concepts revealed by the scientist, today called the "theory of behavioral economics", which today create a new and increasingly expanding field of study that affects economics research and politics deeply was recorded.American economist Richard H. Thaler is currently Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics at Booth Business School, University of Chicago.Approximately 4 million lira ownedThaler won a prize money of 9 million Swedish kroner (approximately 4 million liras) as well as the prize. A diploma and a gold medal will be given to the scientist at the award ceremony to be held on December 10, the anniversary of Alfred Nobel's death.Candidates for "Nobel", the most prestigious awards of the scientific world, are determined by members of the committees established for each science faculty. The Academy members are also the recipients of most of the votes.Nobel Prize for EconomicsThe Nobel Prize for Economics was first introduced in 1968 by the Swedish National Bank to commemorate the founder of the Nobel Prize for Alfred Nobel. Of the awards that were distributed 48 times since 1969, 18 were shared between two people and 6 were shared among three people.Among the 78 people who won the Nobel Prize for Economics, there is only one woman. Elinor Ostrom was awarded in 2009 with an award.The youngest owner of the Nobel Prize for Economics was Kenneth J. Arrow, who was awarded in 1972 when he was 52 years old. Leonid Hurwicz, who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2007, is 90 years old and has become the oldest Nobel Prize winner in all areas.