Robert Wilson is an auction theorist and American economist who won the 2020 Nobel Memorial prize for improving the way auctions worked in America.
According to experts, their research helped the way the economy functioned and they have improved everything from the way Google and TV networks sell the advertisement slots to how digital auctioneering works. Robert Wilson and his partner Paul R. Milgrom won the prize for their incredible contribution to economics.
|Birthday||May 16, 1937|
|Profession||Economist, Professor, Managerial Scientist|
|Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million|
10 Facts About Robert Wilson
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Robert Wilson is married and has a wife, in fact, he has said she inspired him to come up with his auction theory. However, there is not much information about her in the media.
Robert has a net worth in the range of $1 million to $5 million but the exact information is yet to be released in the public domain.
The economist won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2020, alongside Paul R. Milgrom. He came up with the initial theory of auctioneering and Milgrom generalized it. They improved the auction theory and even invented new formats of auctions.
Both of their families will be present when they receive the Nobel Prize.
He has chosen not to disclose any information about his religion or faith, he has remained secretive when it comes to his religious background.
As for his nationality, he was born in Geneva, Nebraska, U.S. and is an American. Similarly, he has Mixed ethnicity with primarily Caucasian roots.
He is also a professor at Stanford University and had already gathered the attention of the world through his research.
Robert B. Wilson was born on May 16, 1937, and is aged 83 as of October 2020.
He is a graduate of Harvard University. In fact, he has 3 degrees from the revered institution.