2018 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics, Chief Economist of the World Bank (2016-2018)
Education: University of Chicago, Phillips Exeter Academy.
Prof. Romer taught at the University of California, Stanford University, and the University of Rochester. Also served as a director of the New York University’s Marron Institute of Urban Management, worked as a researcher at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a chief economist of the World Bank (2016-2018).
Professor of Economics at the New York University’s School of Business.
He is the author of the Romer Model, according to which the main factor of economic growth is the growth of investment in R&D and human capital.
Mr. Romer is recognized by 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics for integrating innovation and climate with economic growth and for integrating technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis.