Are patents necessary for innovation and do developing countries need a patent system to be innovative? On October 2nd, Professor Petra Moser of New York University spoke to students and faculty at the Economic History Workshop at Princeton University about the relationship between...
William Dudley, who served as the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York from 2009-2018, spoke at Princeton University on October 10, 2019. Dudley framed his remarks in the form of a question: The longest economic expansion in US history—Can it keep going? The answer: It can and likely will.
JRCPPF Undergraduate Associate, Audrey Cheng, was honored for academic achievement at the 2019 Opening Exercises. University Presdident Eisgruber and Dean of College Dolan presented Cheng and classmate Eitan Levin with the George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize.
JRCPPF congratulates our student associates in the Class of 2019! We wish them much success in their future careers.Undergraduate Associates Class of 2019
Bassam J. Alalawi (Economics, Certificate in Cognitive Science)+
Hamza H. Chaudhry (Woodrow Wilson School, Certificate in History & Practice of Diplomacy)
Inequality affects every part of the economy, from finance to labor to macroeconomic policymaking. To understand it, and build an economy of inclusive prosperity, we need to bring economists from every part of the field together, says Atif Mian in this interview with Rob Johnson, President of the ...
Princeton University mourns the loss of Alan Krueger, James Madison Professor of Political Economy, who passed away over the weekend. Read more...
Catch up on all the speakers that you missed with Policy Punchline, a new, weekly podcast series launched by the Center. The series covers economics, finance, politics and policy-related discussions with scholars, policy makers, and business executives.