News

Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021
by Mark Goldstein '19

As governments at all levels chart a path out of the economic and social crisis created by the Covid-19 pandemic, measures to “build back better” in ways that address inequality and climate change are increasingly at the fore.

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021
by Mark Goldstein
The past year has revealed deep fractures in our economy, polity, and society, endangering not only lives but also long-term livelihoods. As policymakers chart a transition to a more inclusive recovery, how do we heal these fractures?
Friday, Mar 12, 2021
“At the end of the 1970s, the Bank of England was a microcosm of the United Kingdom. It was steeped in history, but at the same time deeply confused about its identity and quite inconstant in its performance.”
Friday, Mar 5, 2021

The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Economics, Finance and Management category has gone in this thirteenth edition to Princeton University's Nobuhiro KiyotakiBen Bernanke (The Brookings Institution, Washington DC), Mark Gertler (University of New York),  and John...

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2021
by Mark Goldstein '20
Princeton students, researchers, and alumni discuss pathways to research in economics and finance. Watch the video here...
Friday, Jan 8, 2021
The incoming Biden-Harris administration named Joelle Gamble MPA '19 as special assistant to the president for economic policy and staff member with the National Economic Council.
Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020
Recent empirical work by JRCPPF Postdoctoral Associate Karsten Mueller and Emil Verner *18 (now at MIT) shows that the allocation of credit between tradeable vs. non-tradable sectors determines whether a boom is followed by a bust.
Friday, Dec 4, 2020
We profile Hamza Chaudhry '19, Marina Finley ’19, Abhiram Karuppur ’19, and Julia Zielczynska ’19, the recent grads behind the JRCPPF Alumni Forum.
Tuesday, Dec 1, 2020
Cecilia Elena Rouse​, dean of the ​Princeton School of Public and International Affairs​ and JRCPPF Executive Committee member​, is the presumptive nominee as Chair of President-elect Joe Biden’s ​Council of Economic Advisers​ (CEA). If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, she will be the first African American and just the fourth woman to lead the CEA...
Monday, Nov 30, 2020
Policy Punchline, the student run podcast series launched in 2018 just published it's hundredth episode.

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