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  • Internships Help Undergrads Build Research Skills

    Monday, Jan 24, 2022

    Last summer,  four undergraduate students received JRCPPF financial support to sharpen their economics, finance, and policy research skills through internship experiences.

    JRCPPF’s summer internship program supports Princeton undergraduates pursuing unpaid summer opportunities in the areas of financial markets and public policy either in the U.S. or abroad. JRCPPF also funds undergraduate students from Princeton and other institutions seeking to work as research assistants for Center faculty and postdoctoral associates.

  • 2021 College Fed Challenge

    Friday, Dec 3, 2021
    by Princeton Economics
    In the 2021 College Fed Challenge, Princeton students tackled pandemic-era monetary policy.
  • Princeton Alumni Debate Cryptocurrencies

    Tuesday, Jun 15, 2021
    by Mark Goldstein '19

    Bitcoin, Dogecoin, NFT’s.

    Blockchain and cryptocurrencies have burst into the mainstream over the past decade, introducing new opportunities, challenges, and disruptions for retail traders, financial institutions, and governments alike. On Friday, May 21, a panel of Princeton alumni shared insight into this new frontier as part of the Julis Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance’s programming for (Virtual) Princeton Reunions, 2021 in an online webinar, “Cryptocurrencies and the Future of Fintech.”

  • Finance Alumni Speak in Reunions Panel

    Tuesday, Jun 15, 2021
    by Mark Goldstein '19

    On Friday, May 21, the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance hosted a Zoom panel of young alumni in finance as part of the virtual programming for 2021 Princeton Reunions. The hour-long session, moderated by Hamza Chaudhry ‘19 and Julia M. Zielczynska ‘19, featured alumni who have taken diverse paths into the financial sector and addressed several topics for alumni, undergraduates, and economists alike.

  • Bisbey Discusses Infrastructure Finance and the Private Sector

    Friday, Apr 2, 2021
    by Mark Goldstein '19

    As countries recover from the COVID-19 crisis, public infrastructure has emerged as a focal point to spur job creation, economic growth, and green development. What role can the private sector play in delivering public infrastructure? How do governments and companies work together to finance and accomplish ambitious infrastructure projects?

  • Municipal Finance For a Green and Just Recovery

    Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021
    by Mark Goldstein '19

    As governments at all levels chart a path out of the economic and social crisis created by the Covid-19 pandemic, measures to “build back better” in ways that address inequality and climate change are increasingly at the fore.

  • Recent Alum Appointed to Biden-Harris Team

    Friday, Jan 8, 2021
    The incoming Biden-Harris administration named Joelle Gamble MPA '19 as special assistant to the president for economic policy and staff member with the National Economic Council.


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