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Environmental Prize Winner Looks to Wolves to Understand Humansi
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May 08, 2014 9:57 PM
Economists are learning about the workings of the financial world by studying packs of wolves and schools of fish. That's according to Simon Levin, a Princeton University scientist and winner of this year's Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, where Professor Levin has been honored for his work at the intersection of biology and business.

Environmental Prize Winner Looks to Wolves to Understand Humans

Published May 08, 2014

Economists are learning about the workings of the financial world by studying packs of wolves and schools of fish. That's according to Simon Levin, a Princeton University scientist and winner of this year's Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, where Professor Levin has been honored for his work at the intersection of biology and business.


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