At the Center
- Sunday, Nov 4, 2018Last summer, five undergraduate students received JRCPPF financial support to sharpen their policy research and policy implementation skills.
- Friday, Oct 5, 2018Can governments in poor countries facilitate development by supporting certain industries?
- Friday, Sep 21, 2018Ten years after the fall of Lehman, graduate policy students immerse themselves in the inner workings of the financial market.
- Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018
JRCPPF congratulates the 13 undergraduate associates class of 2018 who received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics, Politics, Computer Science and Psychology. We wish them much success in their future careers.
- Monday, Jun 18, 2018The inaugural financial of insurance workshop took place at Princeton University last June 8 and 9th. The workshop is organized by Motohiro Yogo (Princeton) and Ralph S. Koijen (NYU).
- Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018
The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance celebrated the end of the 2017-18 Academic Year with a lunch at Prospect House to recognize our Graduate and Undergraduate Associates, as well as departing Research Assistants and Visiting Faculty.
- Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016
Two new post-doctoral research scholars will be joining The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance this fall: Giorgia Barboni and Pierre Bachas.
- Thursday, Jan 21, 2016
Senior and JRCPPF Undergraduate Associate Tyler Rudolph was among three Princeton undergraduates selected this month to join the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars. Together with 110 other young people, Rudolph will earn a master's degree next at the prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing. All of the scholars will live and study together in a new campus facility, where classes will be taught in English.
The Schwarzman Scholars website describes the honor as follows:
- Friday, Jan 15, 2016
Princeton University students enjoyed an intimate discussion with economist and former Egyptian finance minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali during an informal lunch hosted by The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance.
- Monday, Dec 7, 2015Like many economists, Boston University’s Adam Guren asserts that the failure to develop and implement effective housing market policy was a major contributing factor to the inception and duration of the Great Recession; during a lunch talk he gave to a packed room of Woodrow Wilson School students last month, he explained the many ways his recent research supports this notion.