Robert A. Mundell, professor of economics at New York's Columbia University, won the 1999 Nobel Prize in economic sciences, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said Wednesday.

The academy cited Prof. Mundell for his analyses of monetary and fiscal policy under different exchange rate regimes and of "optimum currency areas."

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