Oleg Itskhoki Wins Clark Medal

UCLA economist Oleg Itskhoki has won the John Bates Clark Medal, an award given annually to an American economist under age 40 “who is judged to have made the most significant contribution to economic thought and knowledge.” Oleg was recognized for his fundamental contributions to both international finance and international trade. A full description of Oleg Itskhoki’s contributions that led to the Clark Medal can be found here.

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