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Homelist of mathematicians who have won the Nobel Prize
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list of mathematicians who have won the Nobel Prize
Although there is no Nobel Prize for mathematics, many mathematicians win the Nobel Prize, often in fields that rely heavily on mathematics, such as physics and economics^{1}^{1}Alfred Nobelâ€™s will did not provide for a prize in economics. What is usually called the Nobel Prize in Economics is technically the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel..

1950: Bertrand Russell (literature)

1954: Max Born, Walther Bothe (physics)

1972: Kenneth Arrow (economics)

1994: John Forbes Nash (economics)

2003: Clive W. J. Granger (economics)

2005: Robert J. Autmann, Thomas C. Schelling (economics)
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