Economics

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An educational technologist, a finance whiz seeking to solve social problems, a JD/MBA candidate who is an expert on Jeopardy! bidding strategies, a hedge fund analyst who coauthored a scholarly article on pension accounting as an undergrad, and a math-econ scholar with a passion for...
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In 2007, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke famously reassured Congress that the deepening crisis in subprime mortgages affected only a small part of the financial system and would be "contained." We all know how that worked out. By September 2008, the panic had engulfed not only big banks and...
Cover Photo: "Painting with Numbers"
Whether you make your living with numbers or just occasionally have to communicate your credit worthiness to your banker, you can make or break your reputation by how you present those numbers, says Randall Bolten, a former chief financial officer to high-tech companies BroadVision, Phoenix...
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Renowned economist Susan Athey, the first female recipient of the John Bates Clark Medal, will be joining the faculty of the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) as a professor of economics starting in the 2012-2013 academic year. The GSB faculty will also be bolstered by economics professor...

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