James Hamilton at Econbrowser has a short posting on the late Sir Clive Granger, winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2003 for his development of the concept of cointegration.
Clive visited the economics department here at Canterbury 8 times. You could not meet a nicer or more helpful person. He had a great interest in rugby, being a big supporter of the Welsh team, a subject we discussed on a number of occasions, which was useful since I didn't understand a thing about the econometrics that he did!
Clive was Emeritus Professor at he University of California San Diego where he taught for 30 years and the first Canterbury Distinguished Professor.
The picture is of Clive in the department of economics at Canterbury on the day he won the Nobel.