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Events

During the "In Conversation with SIEPR Scholars", Monika Piazzesi, the Joan Kenny Professor of Economics at Stanford University discusses the recent increases in inflation. Read more.
Stanford economist, Neale Mahoney co-authors a new paper, Medical Debt in the US, 2009-2020. The study finds the average medical debt to be highest among those living in the South and in lower-income communities. Read more.
A new working paper, Digital Addiction by Matthew Gentzkow and his colleagues suggest that "self-control problems magnified by habit formation are responsible for 31% of social media use."
SIEPR Director Mark Duggan writes in The Hill that the Congressional Budget Office forecasts Social Security will run a deficit of $120 billion this year and if policymakers do not act soon, Social Security will be fully depleted by 2032.

Seminars and Events

Sep
20
DateMonday | 1:30 pm
Location
SIEPR - Doll 320 and Zoom
Speaker: Marcos Salgado - Stanford Graduate School of Business
Sep
20
DateMonday | 3:30 pm
Location
GSB - M109
Speaker: Paolo Martellini - University of Wisconsin, Madison
Sep
20
Sep
21
DateTuesday | 12:00 pm
Location
GSB - C105
Speaker: Paul Scott - New York University Stern School of Business

Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE)

SITE's purpose is to advance economic science for the benefit of society and to support cutting-edge work of economic theorists within specialized areas of research.