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Tuesday, Jan 23, 2018
A recent study conducted in India, reveals that a flexible repayment option improves borrowers’ business outcomes without undermining repayment rates. Lenders in developing countries need to adopt a more customized approach towards borrowers.
Friday, Jan 5, 2018
A recent article in the Economist examining the effect of President Trump's tweets on domestic policy cites Mian, Sufi and Khoshkhou's research.
Tuesday, Dec 19, 2017
The need for a more risk-sharing alternative to traditional mortgage debt is the key lesson to be drawn from the Great Recession that is the conclusion of Atif Mian, Director of the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance and co-author of House of Debt, who recently visited the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.  
Tuesday, Dec 19, 2017
In the Financial Times article, "How Donald Trump uses tribal loyalty to drive economic optimism" by Gillian Tett, Atif's paper (co-authored with Amir Sufi and Nasim Khoshkhou), states “Partisan bias is exerting a stronger influence on economic expectations over time . . .”
Thursday, Nov 30, 2017
JRCPPF is seeking to hire two Post Doctoral Research Associates and three Senior Research Specialist. Join our team!
Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017
Uwe Reinhardt, renowned Princeton University health economist and beloved professor, died on November 13, 2017.  He was 80 years old. 
Monday, Nov 6, 2017
On November 3rd, Mian gave a talk at the IMF's Eighteenth Jaques Polak Annual Reserach Conference,  The theme of the conference was The Global Financial Cycle.
Thursday, Oct 26, 2017
Many argue the Great Recession could have been ameliorated through strategic policies, but the government ignored warning signs of coming economic distress. Instead, increased borrowing incited a financial and real estate boom, which resulted in a bubble that eventually burst.
Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017
Uwe Reinhardt is a winner of the 2017 Bipartisan Health Policy Leadership Award from the National Alliance of Health Policy.
Monday, Oct 23, 2017
Wei Xiong, Trumbull Adams Professor of Finance, Princeton University, presented his recent research on systemic risk in China at the recent conference "Understanding China Today." Xiong noted that real estate is the most important source of systemic risk in China. While housing prices have risen rapidly over the last decade, Xiong is optimistic. He believes that it is unlike that a nation-wide housing market crash or debt crisis will take place in China in the foreseeable future unless China's economic growth were to suffer a very rapid precipitous drop.

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JRCPPF 7th Annual Conference - The Future of Globalization: trade, finance and politics

Thu, Feb 22, 2018, 4:30 pm to Fri, Feb 23, 2018, 5:00 pm

Loretta J. Mester, Head of Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Mon, Mar 26, 2018, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Lunch-Timer with Jay Clayton, SEC Chairman

Thu, Apr 5, 2018, 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm