GARY S. BECKER
American economist and recipient of the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize in Economics for his microeconomic analysis of human behavior and interaction, and also nonmarket behavior. Prior to Becker, human behavior was initially evaluated within the framework of other social sciences including sociology. He did research on investments in human capital, market discrimination, crime and punishment, and family or household behavior.
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