Dr. Peter Diamond

2010 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics Science

Dr. Peter A. Diamond, one of the world’s leading economists, is an Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2010, along with Dale T. Mortensen and Christopher A. Pissarides.

Professor Diamond is the author of “A Search Equilibrium Approach to the Micro Foundations of Macroeconomics” (MIT Press), “On Time” (Cambridge University Press), “Social Security Reform” (Oxford University Press), “Taxation, Incomplete Markets and Social Security” (MIT Press) and the forthcoming “Saving Social Security: A Balanced Approach” (with Peter R. Orszag, Brookings Institution). He is the editor (with M. Rothschild) of “Uncertainty in Economics: Readings and Exercises” (Academic Press); “Growth/Productivity/Unemployment” (MIT Press); and co-editor of “Social Security: What Role for the Future?” (Brookings Institution). He is the author of many articles and is formerly co-editor of the Journal of Public Economics.

Analysis of Markets with Search Frictions Regulation and Economic Policy Pensions & Taxation Labour Analysis Capital Markets and Risk Sharing