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Events

Neale Mahoney, a Stanford economics professor and the George P. Shultz Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), has joined the Biden White House as a special policy adviser.
Guido Imbens and Matthew Gentzkow, both Professors of Economics are new members of the National Academy of Sciences – one of the highest honors that a scientist can receive in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.

Photo by Steve Castillo

Larry Goulder, the Shuzo Nishihara Professor in Environmental and Resource Economics receives the Atkinson Award for the paper "Impacts of a carbon tax across US household income groups: What are the equity-efficiency trade-offs?" This award recognizes the best paper published during the 3-year period 2018-2020 in the Journal of Public Economics
Nicholas Bloom is a professor of Economics and an expert on remote work. He advises big tech firms about their office return and says "CEOs are becoming increasingly nervous about setting return to office dates because they’ve seen if they keep setting a date, that gets messed up.

Seminars and Events

Nov
28
DateMonday | 12:00 pm
Location
Lucas A - Landau 1st Floor
Nov
28
DateMonday | 1:30 pm
Location
Landau 351 and Zoom
Speaker: Neil Thakral - Brown University, Watson Institute
Nov
28
Nov
28
DateMonday | 3:30 pm
Location
GSB - B400
Speaker: Tommaso Porzio - Columbia Business School

Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE)

The SITE 2022 Conference takes place this summer from June 30 - September 16 on the Stanford campus with sessions that cover a wide-range of economic topics. Its 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.

SITE is accepting paper submissions!