Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences awards integration of technological innovations and climate with economic growth

On October the 8th the winners of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences has been announced: William D. Nordhaus from Yale University “for integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis” e Paul M. Romer, from NYU Stern School of Business “for integrating technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis“. Both scientists, the press release quotes, “have designed methods for addressing some of our time’s most basic and pressing questions about how we create long-term sustained and sustainable economic growth“.

The links between economic growth, challenges brought by climate change and possible solutions offered by technological innovation will be also the focus of the International conference Science and the Future 2, where the debate will involve nature scientists, engineers, architects, economists, sociologists and psycologists. Don’t miss this opportunity!


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