Christopher Pissarides

Christopher Pissarides

A Cypriot economist who was born in 1948. He is noted for his work in labor markets and for helping to develop the matching function, which represents the relationship between the number of unemployed persons and the number of jobs available over time. Pissarides won the Nobel Prize for economics in 2010.
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Education and Culture Minister Costas Kadis, and Professor Christopher Pissarides, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2010, also attended the ceremony.
HEAD OF the National Economy Council Christopher Pissarides has taken a large cross-section of local media to task for misconstruing earlier comments he made on the repossessions bill.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev met with Nobel Prize winners Kurt Wuthrich, Finn Kydland, George Smoot, Muhammad Yunus, Svyatoslav Timashev, Christopher Pissarides, and Aryeh Warshel during the Astana Economic Forum on May 23.
Unemployment in Europe is "still too high," Nobel laureate Christopher Pissarides, a professor at the London School of Economics, told CNBC in an interview today.
Anastasiades, who was elected on Sunday, also appointed the 65-year-old Christopher Pissarides, a Nobel Prize winner in economics, to head a national economics advisory body.
Frankel and Christopher Pissarides, is available from the University of Chicago Press.
The 1994 model of Dale Mortensen and Christopher Pissarides, extended to include search on the job, generates present-value losses that are only one-fourth as large as observed losses.
In terms of the deficit reduction I agree with Nobel laureate Christopher Pissarides who said that what the markets needed was a credible plan.
The 2010 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, Professor Christopher Pissarides, will be the guest speaker of the Forum on Monday, 21 March 2011.
Professor Christopher Pissarides of the London School of Economics, the recent winner of the Nobel prize for economics, has stated that George Osbourne's claim that the deficit put the country on the edge of bankruptcy is nonsense and the public spending cuts threaten to plunge the country back into recession.
This year's Nobel Prize for Economics winner Christopher Pissarides, who specializes in unemployment, has already called Britain's plans to cut civil servants by almost half a million people, 'unnecessary' and 'unjustified.
Writing in this paper last week, Nobel Prizewinning economist Professor Christopher Pissarides argued the Tory cuts package was taking "unnecessary risks" with the economy.
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