Monday, October 15, 2012

Blog may be delayed today...

Count me as surprised...

83 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! :)

Equity Magazine said...

WOW - congratulations! :)

JM López Zafra said...

Well donde. Congratulations

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! A terrific prize! :DD
meereen

frank said...

Congrats!!!

Antonio P. said...

Enhorabuena!
Congratulations!

frank said...

Congrats!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats!

Anonymous said...

I can understand the delay but not the surprise:)

Highgamma said...

Congratulations.

David de Bedoya Azorín-Albiñana said...

Congrats!!

DRDR said...

Congrats!

Anonymous said...

Surprise, Surprise

Hopefully, the great work will go on?

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

Rubén Martínez Cárdenas said...

Congrats! And thanks for all your work...

Pedro Américo said...

Congratulations from Brazil.

Anonymous said...

Bravo!!!!!!

John Law said...

Congratulations from Italy!

Nitin Nair said...

Good Man! Congratulations!

Katie Silberman said...

Congratulations Dr. Roth! I was so happy when I heard the news this morning on NPR. Here's to academic research that actually saves people's lives!

Marciano Siniscalchi said...

Congratulations Al!!!!

INET Young Scholars Initiative said...

Congrats from the Young Scholars Initiative (YSI)!

Greetings and cheers from young scholars around the world,

YSI Commons
@YSIBerlin

Bad Money said...

congratulation!

Tayfun Sonmez said...

Congratulations al!

Yuichiro Kamada said...

Congratulations!!!

Vincent Knight said...

Congratulations! I'm going to buy some chocolate...

Unknown said...

Congratulations!

MeadowsEndJoan said...

Wow! Congratulations Al from Charlie and Joan in Urbana. Made our day.

Sangram Kadam said...

Congratulations!

MrSpante said...

Congrats!

Mutlu Sencan said...

Hi, Al:

I was a student of yours long years back at Pitt. Congratulations! Amazing!!!
Mutlu Sencan

FWandschneider said...

Well answered questions during the Nobel prize phone call :) Good to see a humble person that knows when to say "Thats out of my field".

Best wishes from the University of East Anglia!

libreoyente said...

Bravo!!!, from Spain

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Dr. Roth! The most practical case in Economic Nobels.

kharris said...

Please, please, when you deliver your address, say it. You know what I mean. Say "dwarf tossing" while wearing a tuxedo.

Carlos said...

Congrats, Roth! Very well deserved!

Viviana Vega said...

Congratulations Im a mexican economist now living in USA and have always admired your work. Very well deserved!!!

Joshua Gans said...

Just curious. How much chocolate do you (have you) eaten?

Alvaro said...

Congratulations from an Econometrics and Operations Research student!!! :)

Anonymous said...

Congrats - from Bob's honours class in Sydney

Janet Rosenbaum said...

I'm not surprised. I really enjoyed your class (Ec 2056a) during my first year of graduate school in Spring 2002. Congratulations!

Neil Dorosin said...

Congratulations Al!!! An incredible achievement!

Neil

Đỗ Quốc Anh said...

Congratulations Al!

QA Do (I really enjoyed your graduate class back in 2004)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from Brazil!

André

Carmen Nobel said...

Congratulations, Professor Roth!

CiudadManu said...

Felicitaciones!!!!

Greetings from Peru. Professor Roth.

MM.
@ciudadmanu

Professor Tex said...

Congratulations! Been following your blog for quite some time and it makes me feel a part of it in some tiny way!

Rafael said...

So Professor? How many chocolates you eat a day? Congrats!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from France !

That's good news for experimental economics as well as fo you !!

spender said...

for once Nobel may have gotten it right.

Neurojava said...

Congratulations!

Han Samuel Jeonggyu said...

Congratulations Professor!

-from U of Toronto

Anonymous said...

I always thought you were the smartest of us kids in the smart class in PS 205, and now I know what became of you!

Congratulations.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! From a happy student

Ahmed Ali Mangrio said...

Congratulations from Pakistan

Peter Coles said...

Al -- this is fantastic news. Market Design @ Harvard misses you. We understand if you aren't able to give your guest lecture this Friday ;)

A funny coincidence is that I just taught our class on prediction markets last Friday, and one of the markets that we described as difficult to predict (due to limited information on which to make educated bets) was the Nobel Prize in economics. I guess you would have agreed, even if you had been sitting in the classroom...

Congrats, Al!

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations!

Daniel Tilkin said...

Congratulations!

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Patrick said...

Congratulations. Now did you increase your chocolate intake this year? :-)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Professor Roth! from a phd student in your department :)

Sherif Salem said...
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Sherif Salem said...

Awesome prof Roth, totally unexpected!! I always thought you will get it soon but never thought it will be today :D

imajoebob said...

Sure, the second somebody gets the smallest bit of acclaim they start slacking off...

Nice way to start the day.

Michael Giberson said...

Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from Poland! With Nobels given to scientists such as Alvin Roth people can see that economic science can also be about solving real-world problems, not only about creating highly abstract models with dubious practical relevance.

Fujie Rao said...

Congratulations!

Marli said...

Congratulations! I admire your work immensely and can't think of anyone more deserving.

Anonymous said...

Congrats!
I was a student in your class at MIT, well worth biking through the snow early on Friday mornings! ;)

alvaro said...

Congratulations from Colombia!

Stephen said...

Congratulations from Albany!

We teach Prof Roth's work in several of our public administration courses. I first heard about the Prize from one of the students from my class last semester, who sent an e-mail to the class about how exciting it was to see the Prize go to someone whose papers they'd studied. This kicked off a long line of comments from other students about how fondly they remembered reading Prof Roth's work.

It's probably because, when I teach his papers, I steal all his jokes.

Erik Wilgenhof Plante said...

Well deserved. Hearty congratulations from Singapore.

jorge_pareja_rojas@hotmail.com said...

Congratulations ¡¡ for all your life devoted to the science ¡

denisec said...

An economist who actually save lives, who pioneered a field, who also happens to be a great teacher. Well deserved. Congratulations from Hong Kong!

Scott Kominers said...

Mazel tov! Well deserved, QED!

Anonymous said...

Your contribution is just awesome... Leonel.

Prakash said...

Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Matching is a very interesting fild and also pretty complicated which requires a solid mathmatics foundation,in real life we need it a lot to sovel problems.
Thanks for your so outstanding contributions.
Your humble personaliy in the call interview impressed me greatly. Sincere congratulations!From Chinese girls,but now working in Sao Paulo in Brazil

王洪艳 said...

Big Cong!

Mark Whiting said...

Congratulations!

Orlando Dávila V. said...

Felicitaciones!