Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Edward P. Lazear puts today's economic recovery in historical context.
Researchers share results and ideas for tackling extreme poverty through innovations in institutions, management, and technology
Professor David Brady explained to an alumni audience how the “Guns and Butter” model of predicting elections tells just part of the story.
In a new book, economics Professor Robert Flanagan explains why symphony orchestras need multiple strategies to keep their finances from ballooning out of control.
Mountain Hazelnuts of Bhutan has set its sights on a triple bottom line: financial gain for investors, alleviating poverty among farm families, and restoration of an eroded, hilly landscape.
Matt Rothe, MBA '07, who watched his family sell their Colorado farm after five generations of ownership, today gives Stanford students lessons in eating smart as sustainable food program manager for Stanford Dining Services.
The U.S. economy is still sluggish, but venture capitalists who spoke at Stanford said the outlook for investing is bullish.
They had eyewitness accounts as a class of MBA students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business pondered topics like the Euro financial crisis and approaches to combating terrorism in a classroom. Their faculty members were former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and British Labour Party member David Miliband.
Nobel Laureate and Stanford Graduate School of Business emeritus faculty member William F. Sharpe has been honored for the fifth time with the Graham and Dodd Award of Excellence. Established in 1960 by the Financial Analysts Journal the award recognizes excellence in financial writing.
A leading figure in the evolution of development economics who authored books on the subject well into his eighties, Gerald M. Meier, the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of International Economics and Policy Analysis, Emeritus, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, died from complications of a malignant brain tumor at his home on the Stanford campus.