As a Ph.D. student at Princeton, Emil Verner’s growing interest in financial crises took him across the world—to the Central Bank of Hungary and back. After talking to his advisor Atif Mian about a new research idea, Verner went on the hunt for data that would help him answer his question. He found it in Budapest.
“I said, okay, they…
A leading economic historian presents a new history of financial crises, showing how some led to greater globalization while others kept nations apart.
On May 5th the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance and the Bendheim Center for Finance co-hosted a Finance Field Day in New York City.
The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance celebrated the end of the 2022-23 academic year with a lunch at Prospect House to recognize our Graduate and Undergraduate Associates, as well as departing research assistants and postdocs.
Center Director Atif Mian, the John H. Laporte, Jr. Class of 1967 Professor in…
Princeton professor and JRCPPF faculty affiliate Leonard Wantchekon was selected for the 2023 Global Economy Prize awarded by the Kiel Institute...
A provocative account of how India moved relentlessly from its hope-filled founding in 1947 to the dramatic economic and democratic breakdowns of today.
A new book on the financial economics of insurance by JRCPFF faculty affiliate Motohiro Yogo is now available. Read this Q&A with the authors.
On Monday, March 27, many of our undergraduates attended a panel discussion about “Banks in Crisis?” featuring Professors Markus Brunnermeier, Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, Carolyn Wilkins, and Alan Blinder.
On March 23, the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies and JRCPPF hosted a panel discussion with William Dudley, Carolyn Wilkins, and Charles Schorin *88 to discuss the growing impacts of digital currencies and blockchain technologies.
On Saturday, March 25, undergraduate students from Scholars of Finance Princeton Chapter led a symposium for their fellow students interested in finance.