Wendy Carlin awarded Royal Economic Society Medal
Wendy Carlin, Professor of Economics at University College London and Co-director of the Stone Centre at UCL, was awarded the Royal Economic Society Medal for Services to the Economics Profession.
The Medal recognised her "outstanding work on CORE Econ and contribution to improving diversity in the profession".
Wendy said: "I’m delighted to have been awarded the inaugural RES Medal for Services to the Economics Profession. This is tremendous recognition for CORE Econ – which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary – and will provide more impetus to its work for a more just, sustainable, and democratic world in which citizens are empowered to address the most pressing societal problems."
Wendy Carlin is also Director of CORE Econ, Research Fellow of the CEPR and external professor at the Santa Fe Institute.
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