Thomas John Sargent

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Ph.D. Harvard University 1968 UnitedStates
Dissertation: The Structure of Interest Rates
Mathematics Subject Classification: 91—Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences

Advisor 1: John Robert Meyer

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Arifovic, JasminaThe University of Chicago1991
Atkeson, AndrewStanford University198813
Bassetto, MarcoThe University of Chicago19981
Carroll, WayneUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1984
Christiano, LawrenceColumbia University19827
Colacito, RiccardoNew York University2006
De Nardi, MariacristinaThe University of Chicago19992
Eichenbaum, MartinUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis19819
Fuchs, WilliamStanford University20052
Ha, InbongUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1987
Imrohoroglu, SeluUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1988
Kaplan, GregNew York University20091
Kitao, SagiriNew York University2007
Litterman, RobertUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1980
Montt, FelipeUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1983
Nie, JunNew York University2009
O'Brien, PaulUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1987
Pouzo, DemianNew York University2009
Salemi, MichaelUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis19762
Saracoglu, RusduUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1980
Schneider, MartinStanford University19992
Schutte, DavidUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1981
Shachmurove, YochananUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1983
Shin, YongseokStanford University2004
Skoog, GaryUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1976
Sleet, ChristopherStanford University1998
Van Nieuwerburgh, StijnStanford University2003
Wei, ChaoStanford University2001
Whiteman, CharlesUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis19813
Yeltekin, SevinStanford University1999

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