David Card (born 1956, Guelph, Canada) is a Canadian-American economist. Ph.D. (1983), professor at the University of California at Berkeley, member of the US NAS (2021).
Bachelor (1978) from Queens University (Kingston, Ontario); Ph.D. (1983) Princeton University. Taught at the University of Chicago (1982-1983), Princeton (1983-1997, professor since 1987) and the University of California (Berkeley; since 1997).
Among the awards:
1995 - John Bates Clark Medal;
2014 - BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award;
2021 - Nobel Prize in Economics "for an empirical contribution to the economics of labor."
"Microeconomic Models of Wage Indexation" (1984);
Myth and Measurement: The New Economics of the Minimum Wage (1995, co-authored with A. Kruger).
Curriculum Vitae by D. Carda