Joshua Gans: A Nobel Prize for Market Design, Oct. 15 on Digitopoly.
Life-saving economics 20 Oct 2012 (BBC)
From the publishing house John Wiley: Below is a selection of papers by Alan E. Roth and Lloyd S. Shapley, available on Wiley Online Library - all freely available online!* (and more here)
Virginia Postrel on An Economics Nobel For Saving Lives, Oct 16 on Bloomberg.
BBC's Richard Knight on Al Roth: An economist who saves lives, Oct. 20
The NY Times sensibly seeks some remarks from Parag Pathak: 2 From U.S. Win Nobel in Economics, Oct. 15
Financial Times: Practical approach secures Nobel award. Oct. 15 (gated, requires free registration, but they approve of my work:)
INFORMS, the Opeations Research/Management Science site, has a nice post by Michael Trick, with which I largely agree: An Operations Research Nobel?, Oct. 15.
Daily Beast: The Nobel Winner’s Guide to Love, Oct. 16.
Stanford news quotes me as pointing out that "Coffee is a big part of science," Oct. 15.
Jewish news service (Nov 4) quotes me as saying "One of the very nice things of this Nobel Prize for me is that I’ve gotten it for work that I am still doing right now. There are still valuable things to do, so it’s quite a thrill for me to have work recognized that is what I will go back to as soon as I stop being awarded for it."
Here's a link to a 14 November podcast of me being interviewed on the Malaysian program The Breakfast Grille
Here's a podcast of an interview on Israeli radio, which aired on November 25 on the program Goldstein on Gelt (15 minutes).
And, just to keep a busy period busier: Alvin Roth, 1 of this year’s winners of the Nobel Prize for economics, has a book deal
Update: here's a nice radio interview I missed, with John Hockenberry, on the NPR show The Takeaway (he says that my metaphor about a freely rotating wheel is a good takeaway:)