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|Chicago School of Economics|
|Born||September 29, 1938|
|Died||March 17, 2001
South Side, Chicago
|Institution||University of Chicago|
|Alma mater||University of Chicago
Sherwin Rosen (September 29, 1938 – March 17, 2001) was an American labor economist. He had ties with many American universities and academic institutions including the University of Chicago, the University of Rochester, Stanford University and its Hoover Institution. At the time of his death, Rosen was Edwin A. and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor in Economics at the University of Chicago and president of the American Economic Association.
He was chair of the Economics department at the University of Chicago and colleague to an impressive range of celebrated economists including friend Gary S. Becker. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1997.
Rosen died at the Bernard Mitchell Hospital on March 17, 2001 at the age of 62.
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Selected works 
- "Hedonic Prices and Implicit Markets: Product Differentiation in Pure Competition", The Journal of Political Economy 82 (1), 1974: 34–55
- Rosen, Sherwin (1999), "Potato Paradoxes", Journal of Political Economy 107 (6, pt. 2): S294–313, doi:10.1086/250112
- "The Economics of Superstars", American Economic Review 71 (5), 1981: 845–858
- Obituary posted at the University of Chicago website.
- Lazear, Edward P. (2003). "Sherwin Rosen," Biographical Memoirs, Vol. 83 (National Academies Press, 2003), pp. 176–195. ISBN 0-309-08699-X. Online versioni retrieved January 13, 2007.
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