JRCPPF Director Atif Mian's Research on Debt Cited in "The Economist"

Saturday, Nov 21, 2015
by Rachel Estrada Ryan
On November 14th, The Economist published an article titled "Pulled Back In: The world is entering a third stage of a rolling debt crisis, this time centred on emerging markets." Among many groundbreaking studies, JRCPPF Director Atif Mian's research on the linkages between debt and GDP growth was cited...

Alan Taylor on His Recent Research and Princeton Visit

Friday, Nov 6, 2015
by Rachel Estrada Ryan

Alan M. Taylor, professor of economics and finance at the University of California, Davis, came to Princeton’s campus October 26-30 during a visit co-sponsored by The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance, the International Economics Section, and the Bendheim Center for Finance. 

During his visit, he shared much about his current research with JRCPPF staff. 

Students Comment on Coffee and Conversation with Ben Bernanke

Monday, Nov 2, 2015
by Rachel Estrada Ryan

On October 19, Undergraduate Associates of The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance joined Bendheim Undergraduate Certificate in Finance juniors and seniors in welcoming former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke to campus during an informal “Coffee and Conversation” event.  

Bernanke’s visit concluded with his delivery of the Bendheim Center's 2015 Princeton Lecture in Finance in McCosh Hall the following afternoon.

Twelve JRCPPF associates attended the breakfast, and many were moved to comment on its impact.

News & Notes from the Sixth Annual JRCPPF Short Course - "Financial Markets for Public Policy Professionals"

Tuesday, Sep 22, 2015
by Rachel Estrada Ryan
For the sixth consecutive year, The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance (JRCPPF) offered an intensive 3-day short course, “Financial Markets for Public Policy Professionals,” to an enthusiastic group of master’s of public administration (MPA) and master’s of public policy (MPP) students from the Woodrow Wilson School...


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