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California's Unemployment Insurance program is $19 billion in debt and ranked last among all 50 states. Read full op-ed.
Assistant Professor Isaac Sorkin is the recipient of the 2021 Sloan Research Fellowship in Economics. Congratulations on this superb achievement! Read more
Economists have developed an emerging body of evidence that holds important lessons for overcoming COVID-19 information constraints, combating misinformation, and building trust in health systems. These insights may also help to improve delivery and
A new working paper, Gender and the Dynamics of Economics Seminars find that women economists are treated differently than men when presenting their research at seminars. Read more
Professor Neale Mahoney is interviewed on Arirang News about Biden's 1.9 trillion economic recovery plan.
Stanford Economist, John Taylor speaks on Bloomberg Markets: The Close about tech companies leaving the high-cost, high-tax, high-regulation Silicon Valley.
Bradley Larsen, a Stanford assistant professor of economics shows in a new working paper how licensing rules affect who becomes a teacher — by deterring people who are the least academically qualified from entering the profession.
Edward Lazear was the Davies Family Professor of Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business by courtesy of Economics; Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research; chief economic advisor to
Well done Matthew on receiving the distinguished Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize awarded by the Toulouse School of Economics.
John "Jack" Gurley died on November 15 at age 100. Read John Shoven's tribute about this exceptional teacher and his extraordinary life