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As the Market Buildup Continues, Horizons Grow Longer

As stocks have become historically expensive, the difference between a bargain and a rip-off comes down to sustainability.

Economics & Policy

Clinton or Trump, Manufacturing Jobs Unlikely to Return

In an election season where the candidates can’t seem to agree on anything, opposition to free trade has become a rare point of commonality. But repealing trade is unlikely to restore the manufacturing jobs that have been lost over the past two decades.

Economics & Policy

In Urban Markets, Real Estate Opportunities Are Unprecedented

Lynne Sagalyn, Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate, discusses the ever-changing nature of the real estate business, and New York’s prominence on the global stage.


Creativity is in the Eye of the Beholder

While many of us believe that creativity is an innate trait, research is beginning to demonstrate that it’s a skill that can be developed, much like any other.