Wednesday, Mar 27, 2019
Low interest rates are the main tool of monetary policy to stimulate investment, but is this always the case?
Tuesday, Mar 19, 2019

Princeton University mourns the loss of Alan Krueger, James Madison Professor of Political Economy, who passed away over the weekend. Read more...

Friday, Mar 15, 2019

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.

Tuesday, Mar 5, 2019

A new initiative organized by academic economists promises to provide a new vision to economic policy that stands as an alternative to market fundamentalism without sacrificing the principles of liberal democracy.

Tuesday, Mar 5, 2019

Congratulations to Will S. Dobbie, Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Affairs. Read more about Prof. Dobbie's research here.

Friday, Jan 18, 2019
Livestream: Follow the conference on Twitter @JRCPPF #radicalmechanisms Hosted by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance at Princeton and Microsoft Research in New York, the conference features a mix of speakers including experts on blockchain, fintech, financial decentralization, and...
Thursday, Jan 17, 2019
Atif Mian sat with Heather Boushey for the latest installment in the Center for Equitable Growth's series "Equitable Growth in Conversation."
Thursday, Jan 17, 2019
JRCPPF mourns the death of Jack Bogle '51, founder of the most pro-consumer financial services company in the world.
Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018
"A Bit Of Economics That Gordon Brown Actually Understood" the online newspaper The Continental Telegraph explains the recent paper by Arlene Wong.
Tuesday, Dec 4, 2018
by Violeta Rosenthal
Books by Glen Weyl, Ashoka Mody and Adam Tooze named among the best 5 business and economics books of the year.