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Ostrom was the first female to win the Nobel  Prize in economics due to her pioneering work on the tragedy of the commons.

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Christina Romer

Yellen was the first female Chair of the Fed, where she worked during and after the Great Recession. She has also made significant theoretical contributions to the field. 

Born in 1903, Robinson was the first acclaimed female economist. She made several important theoretical contributions, including extending the work of John Maynard Keynes.

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Claudia Goldin

Schwartz and Milton Friedman co-authored “A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960”, which is the definitive diagnosis of the Great Depression. 

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Women in Economics highlights the groundbreaking and inspiring work of female economists — not only to recognize the important work they’ve done but to also share their inspirational journeys.

Our hope is that they can serve as role models for the next generation of female economists. If you're considering a career in economics (do it!), check out our 
Guide to Careers in Economics

#WomenInEcon

Featuring:

Ostrom was the first female to win the Nobel  Prize in economics due to her pioneering work on the tragedy of the commons.

Elinor OstromJanet Yellen

Christina Romer

Yellen was the first female Chair of the Fed, where she worked during and after the Great Recession. She has also made significant theoretical contributions to the field. 

Born in 1903, Robinson was the first acclaimed female economist. She made several important theoretical contributions, including extending the work of John Maynard Keynes.

Joan Robinson

Claudia Goldin

Schwartz and Milton Friedman co-authored “A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960”, which is the definitive diagnosis of the Great Depression. 

Anna Schwartz

More Episodes Coming Soon!

Tyler Cowen

Featuring:

Ben Bernanke 

Featuring:

TBA

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MRU is a free online resource for those both learning and teaching economics around the world. We have a library of over 900 free and engaging economics education videos taught by university professors, along with student practice materials and teacher resources. 

Check out our most popular courses including Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics.

What is Marginal Revolution University (MRU)? 

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Women in Economics highlights the groundbreaking and inspiring work of female economists — not only to recognize the important work they’ve done but to also share their inspirational journeys.

Our hope is that they can serve as role models for the next generation of female economists. If you're considering a career in economics (do it!), check out our
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