A winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for Economics will have a new, $1 million prize for his work in the field of economics.
The Economist, in conjunction with the Economic Commission for Europe, will award the prize for economic profit formula to a group of “economic thinkers” who have applied a method to measuring economic performance and making predictions based on it.
Winners of the prize will be announced on May 6.
The award is the first prize for a Nobel prize in economics, which is recognised as the best prize in the sciences.
The prize is awarded to the winner of a research project.
It is worth €2 million (€1.9 million) per person and the prize is open to anyone who wants to apply for the prize.
It also has an international component.
Winning a prize from an international organisation like the ECE, the prize gives the winner a platform for promoting and advancing economic research.
The winners will receive $1,000,000 each and the winners of the most prestigious prize will receive a $1.3 million prize, which would be the biggest prize in a prize in history.
The Economic Commission will publish a list of the winners, along with their salaries and expenses, in 2019.