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Muriel Niederle

Pauline K. Levin-Robert L. Levin and Pauline C. Levin-Abraham Levin Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences
Academic Council Faculty

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Muriel Niederle was elected as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2024 for the excellence of her work in behavioral and experimental economics.
Muriel Niederle has been awarded the prize together with Christine Zuhlener from the University of Vienna. Kaethe Leichter Staatspreis is a prize for the study of women, gender, equality in the workforce which honors extraordinary achievements in the area of Social Sciences, Humanities and the Arts.
Muriel Niederle is recognized for her work on behavioral and experimental economics. The Oskar Morgenstern Medal is awarded every two years for distinguished academic work in the area of Business, Economics, and Statistics.
A new working paper, Gender and the Dynamics of Economics Seminars find that women economists are treated differently than men when presenting their research at seminars. 


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