Brunnermeier Receives Ludwig Erhard Prize for Business Journalism
Nov. 27, 2023

Brunnermeier was recognized for economic research communication by a board of economists and journalists.

Ernest Liu awarded 2023 Kiel Institute Excellence Award
Nov. 14, 2023

Liu was recognized for his research in networks, trade, and industrial policy.

Student Paper Wins IAES Award
Oct. 19, 2023

A paper by Princeton University senior Shirley Ren received the top honor at this year’s International Atlantic Economic Conference hosted by the International Atlantic Economic Society (IAES). Ren presented her paper, titled “The distributional effects of monetary policy shocks in China,” at the IAES…

Two faculty selected Econometric Society Fellows
Oct. 12, 2023

Congratulations to JRCPPF faculty affiliates, Professors Wei Xiong and Motohiro Yogo, who were among the 29 new Fellows elected to the Econometric Society this year. Founded in 1930,…

Mian Discusses Global Finance and Growth
Sept. 5, 2023

JRCPPF director Atif Mian presented a keynote talk on global finance and growth at the Biennial Conference of the South African Reserve Bank. The conference focused on ‘Post-crisis lessons and policy challenges,’ looking at the new set of growth…

How can China can overcome its economic challenges?
Sept. 5, 2023

JRCPPF faculty affiliate Wei Xiong says China's hybrid economic model needs a partial refit...

Towards A Resilient Macroeconomic Vision for Africa
Aug. 5, 2023

JRCPPF director Atif Mian and the IMF’s African Department Director, Abebe Aemro Selassie, discuss the nexus between finance and macroeconomics, in light of the big funding squeeze that African economies face at present as well as the continent’s longer-term development needs.

New book on financial crises by Markus Brunnermeier
July 24, 2023

With alarming frequency, modern economies go through macro-financial crashes that arise from the financial sector and spread to the broader economy, inflicting deep and prolonged recessions. A new book co-authored by Markus Brunnermeier, JRCPPF faculty affiliate and director of Princeton's Bendheim Center for…

Pre-doctoral Research Colloquium
July 12, 2023

At this year’s pre-doctoral research colloquium, young researchers present new work to peers...

Financing Pakistan’s Energy Transition
June 26, 2023
Written by Faizan Rashid

In collaboration with the Centre for Economic Research (CERP) in Pakistan and Princeton's Andlinger Center, JRCPPF organized a 2-day training in Islamabad on “Navigating the Energy Transition for a Sustainable Future in Pakistan”. The workshop marked the start of an longer term collaboration between Princeton School of Public & International Affairs and CERP.