Christopher Sims leaves The University of Minnesota because of internal disagreements and works at Yale University, focusing on Macroeconomics in a rational expectation framework.
Christopher Sims marries Catherine Sears. They have three children.
Christopher Sims and Thomas Sargent move to the University of Minnesota and work there as colleges for years.
Christopher Albert Sims is born in Washington DC to Ruth and Albert Sims. The family is business-minded and he is encouraged towards economics from an early age.
Since 1999 Christopher Sims works at the Princeton University, where He is John F. Sherrerd´52 University Professor of Economics.
In school Christopher Sims favours mathematics, as well as playing football and trombone.
Christopher Sims and Thomas Sargent are awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics for their independent empirical research on the cause and effect in the macroeconomy.
Christopher Sims returns to Harvard for his PhD study and works under Hendrik Houthakker on empirically, embodied technological change.
Christopher Sims works as an assistant Professor at Harvard University. He starts working with Thomas Sargent on the issue of interpreting Two-sided distributed lag regressions.
Christopher Sims studies at UC Berkeley where he learns about microeconomic theory, econometrics and monetary economics under Dan McFadden, Dale Jorgenson and Richard Lipsey. Due to him all very inspiring teachers.
Christopher Sims attends Harvard University and majors in mathematics, gaining a BA summa cum laude in 1963.