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Why Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight Blog Is Wrong about Teacher Evaluation
Media Mentions | July 28, 2015 | The Washington Post
Article cites Professor Jonah Rockoff’s research on the long-term impact of teachers in a rebuttal to Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog about teacher evaluation.
Stop Thinking about Markets as If They Were Human
Media Mentions | July 28, 2015 | Bloomberg
The language we use to describe market moves affects our behavior, says Professor Michael Morris’ research. Therefore, how TV commentators speak about markets can influence investors' opinions.
The Fed’s Independence Is under Attack despite an Economic Rebound
Media Mentions | July 23, 2015 | Bloomberg News
Professor Frederic Mishkin discusses how recent dissatisfaction surrounding the Fed feeds into a general mistrust that can undermine its independence in setting monetary policy.
Wall Street, Hong Kong Lead Banks' Business School Hiring Surge
Media Mentions | July 22, 2015 | Business Because
Regina Resnick, associate dean of the Career Management Center, says with the economy’s rebound and a strong IPO market big financial services firms are hiring in greater numbers again.
The Science of Grading Teachers Gets High Marks
Media Mentions | July 20, 2015 | FiveThirtyEightEconomics
Article mentions research by Professor Jonah Rockoff on the science of grading teachers and relates the study findings to a current court case on teacher evaluations in California.
How to Save Greece
Media Mentions | July 10, 2015 | Politico
Dean Glenn Hubbard and Professor Joseph Stigltiz offer suggestions on how to rescue Greece from debt and save the Eurozone.
The (Inadequate) Case for Economic Pessimism
Media Mentions | July 06, 2015 | Bloomberg
Increased government regulation, income polarization, and too much saving and not enough spending on a global basis are reasons for slow economic growth, says Dean Glenn Hubbard in his book “Balance: The Economics of Great Powers from Ancient Rome to Modern America."
A Way out for Greece after the 'No' Vote
Media Mentions | July 05, 2015 | Forbes
Professor Charles Calomiris outlines two policy initiatives for Greece that would resolve current fiscal and banking system problems and put Greece on a sustainable long-run economic trajectory.
Economics Gets Real
Media Mentions | June 23, 2015 | Bloomberg View
Research by Professor Emi Nakamura investigates the idea that price “stickiness,” the inability of prices to adjust to changing economic conditions, is a big factor in causing recessions.
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