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Nobel Prize winners

A total of 16 LSE alumni or staff members have been awarded Nobel Prizes. 

2010: Christopher Pissarides, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

2008: Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

2007: Leonid Hurwicz , Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

2001: George Akerlof, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

1999: Robert Mundell, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.  

1998: Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

1991: Ronald Coase, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

1990: Merton Miller, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

1979: Sir Arthur Lewis, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

1977: James Meade, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

1974: Friedrich von Hayek, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

1972: Sir John Hicks, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (jointly)

1959: Lord Noel-Baker, Nobel Peace Prize

1950: Ralph Bunche, Nobel Peace Prize

1950: Bertrand Russell, Nobel Prize in Literature

1925: George Bernard Shaw, Nobel Prize in Literature

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