December 8, 1997
Economics professor Dan Friedman has been awarded the Royal Economic Society Prize for the best paper published in 1996 in the Economic Journal. The paper, titled "Equilibrium in Evolutionary Games: Some Experimental Results," appeared the the January 1996 issue (106:434, 1-25). The Economic Journal is one of the leading general-purpose academic economics journals outside the U.S. The award carries a prize of 3,000 pounds, worth about $4,500.
Thomas Pettigrew, research professor of social psychology, spent last spring in Australia as the Norman Munn Distinguished Visiting Professor at Flinders University in South Australia. This fall he gave the keynote addresses at three conferences: one in Lisbon, Portugal, on European prejudice against minorities; another at UCLA on American racism; and a third at Harvard University honoring the centennial of Gordon Allport's birth. Allport was Pettegrew's teacher and mentor.
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