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NJ AI Summit - AI for Finance

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SPIA Graduate Student Dean's Lunch (4.7.2024)

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First-Year Families Weekend: "Academic Advising Panel" (10.1.2023)

Panel Discussion: Academic Pathways and Academic Advising at Princeton. A student panel of Peer Academic Advisers (PAAs) will discuss the range of academic pathways through Princeton and the role of…

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Leonard Wantchekon awarded the Kiel Institute for the World Economy’s 2023 Global Economy Prize

Leonard Wantchekon, the James Madison Professor of Political Economy and Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University, has been awarded the Kiel Institute for the…

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Can we outperform the S&P500 with a regime-aware approach?, Justin Ong, UG '23 (2269217)

As Mark Twain once said, ”History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” Despite growing at around 9% on average since 1900, the SP500 index has gone through many cycles. In…

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The Distributional Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks in China, Shirley (Yilin) Ren, UG '24 (2279715)

The distributional outcomes of monetary policy have garnered increasing attention from the academic and political communities in recent years. While there has been significant progress on both the…

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“Common Cents”: The Impact of Personal Finance Education Mandates on Adult Financial Behavior, Mindy Burton, UG '23 (2266766)

Due to growing financial illiteracy in American youth, there has been a marked increase in states mandating personal finance education in high schools. As policymakers generate educational standards,…

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PIIRS: Can The World Be Governed?

The institutional and also the moral foundations of the international order are under severe strain. Peace is broken or threatened across the world, humanitarian catastrophes are mounting. Never in…

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Masters of Finance - Full Group

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Global Existential Challenges: Development and Precarity in Times of Global Crisis

Global Existential Challenges Development and Precarity in Times of Global Crisis Speakers: Miguel Centeno, Musgrave Professor of Sociology. Professor of Sociology and Princeton School of Public…

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DeCenter Seminar 10/6/2022

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New Approaches to the Economics of Climate Change: Urgency, Scale, Opportunity

Professor Lord Nicholas Stern, IG Patel Chair of Economics and Government at the London School of Economics; and chair of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

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Bradford Seminar - "The Inflation Reduction Act and the Path to a Net-Zero America"

The combined impact of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 marks the first time that the full financial might of the federal government is aligned…

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OURSIP Intern - Celine Pham

Land & Class in Southern Vietnam Mentors: Prof. Ellora Derenoncourt, Economics Rachel Fung, Economics

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Why Thomas Sowell Matters

A discussion with Jason Riley on Thomas Sowell and why his writings—on everything from school choice and affirmative action to economic inequality and social justice—continue to be…

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The Griswold Center Spring Symposium Keynote: Macroeconomic Policy in the Wake of the Pandemic

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