Wednesday, Jan 29, 2020

Every year US states and localities spend at over $30 billion dollars on tax incentives to attract and retain businesses. How does this spending affect local or regional growth and employment?

Sunday, Jan 5, 2020

Since 2014 JRCPPF’s summer internship program has supported undergraduates who want to pursue an unpaid opportunity in the areas of financial markets and public policy either in the U.S. or abroad. In summer 2019, JRCPPF supported six students working in government agencies, think-tanks, and...

Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019

To revive and stabilize Pakistan's economy, the country’s leaders have to tackle the moneyed elite and rein in religious extremism. Read the full op-ed here.

Tuesday, Dec 3, 2019
Professor Nobuhiro Kiyotaki has been awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Edinburgh...
Monday, Nov 18, 2019

On November 14, over 80 students gathered for a presentation by Joyce Chang *90, Chair of Global Research at J.P. Morgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank. Chang, who is also on the JRCPPF External Advisory Council, provided an overview of the global macroeconomy, highlighting trends in labor markets, corporate and household debt, trade, and a...

Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019
New study questions the EITC's impact on labor force participation rates...
Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019
by Samuel Dearden
View the video of Emmanuel Saez' book talk, "The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay."
Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019

Princeton University students placed second at the College Fed Challenge Competition for the Philadelphia Federal Reserve District, which was held at Lehigh University on November 7, 2019. College Fed Challenge is a team competition for undergraduate students.

Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019

What are the next steps for economic policy in Pakistan after its recent debt crisis? In late October, Pakistan’s top government finance officials joined faculty and students from the Harvard Kennedy School, Princeton, and other universities to discuss the question.

Friday, Nov 1, 2019

A new paper by Princeton Professor Stephen Redding and co-authors Mary Amiti (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) and David Weinstein (Columbia University) explores the effects of the 2018 tariff increases on prices and welfare.