It is with great sadness that we write this news. After a brief battle with an aggressive cancer, Che-Lin Su succumbed on Friday surrounded by his family. Che-Lin was an Associate Professor of Operations Management at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He was a large part of the Institute for Computational Economics over the last 8 years and was a pioneer in using constrained optimization for structural estimation.
The Society warmly congratulates Darrell Duffie, Jun Pan and Ken Singleton for obtaining the 4th Stephen A. Ross Prize for their 2000 Econometrica article, "Transform Analysis and Asset Pricing for Affine Jump-Diffusions".
John F. Nash, Jr. was killed in a car accident on May 24, 2015. A Fellow of the Society, he shared the 1994 Nobel Prize with John Harsanyi and Reinhard Selten for their pioneering analysis of game theory. He also shared the 2015 Abel Prize with Louis Nirenberg for his contributions in the field of partial differential equations.
Econometrica published two of his foundational papers:
Edmond Malinvaud: A Tribute to his Contributions in Econometrics by Peter C. B. Phillips, Yale University, University of Auckland, University of Southampton, Singapore Management University, April 23, 2015
Please be reminded that the deadline to complete an online nomination for Fellow of the Econometric Society, including endorsements is May 31, 2015.
Any member can propose a candidate by filling in a nomination form and inviting endorsements. For instructions, please visit https://www.econometricsociety.org/society/organization-and-governance/fellows/nomination-candidate-fellow .
The Society warmly congratulates John Nash, Jr., Econometric Society Fellow and a 1994 Nobel Prize winner, for receiving the 2015 Abel Prize for his contributions in the field of partial differential equations.