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26mar2:40 pm4:10 pmPete Klenow, Stanford University"A Global View of Creative Destruction"

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Sophomore open house scheduled for 4/6/18 at 12:00 pm in 217 JRR. For more info about our major, visit https://t.co/szCf8hWnby

Princeton University’s Department of Economics has finished scheduling Flyout Visits.

12/13 BCF Civitas Finance Seminar with Ricardo Caballero @MIT - A Risk-centric Model of Demand Recessions & Macroprudential Policy https://t.co/sksnjeJF3A https://t.co/GROIEUHXoa

Today Princeton Econ contacted all candidates selected for interviews at @ASSAMeeting. #EJMinfo

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Woodrow Wilson School Auditorium Named for Arthur Lewis

April 18th, 2017|

The Naming Committee noted that Sir Arthur Lewis “is an example of someone who brought distinction and diversity to this campus over many years, but whose accomplishments and impact are not known to succeeding generations of Princetonians.”  Read More>>

“Money and Banking” video series by Markus Brunnermeier

March 6th, 2017|

Markus Brunnermeier, recent recipient of the “Preis des Monetären Workshops für hervorragende wissenschaftliche Leistungen,” has released a new series on video.

This lecture series “Money and Banking” is based on Brunnermeier and Sannikov’s research papers “The I Theory of Money” and “Redistributive Monetary Policy”.  Watch Now>>

Alan Krueger Named Winner of Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize

November 28th, 2016|

Please join us in congratulating Alan Krueger on being named the winner of the 2017 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize by the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

He will formally accept the prize on Capitol Hill on May 18, 2017, when he will give a lecture on the economics
of alternative work arrangements and what public policy-makers can do to support that significant and growing section of the workforce.

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