Economics professor Luigi Pistaferri shared with The Daily his thoughts on some 2020 Democrats’ proposals.
For the first two quarters of my Stanford career, I embodied the stereotypical “broke college student” role. I consistently set record low balances in my checking account, I routinely sold my soul to science by participating in GSB and psych studies, and I was no stranger to phoning home to ask my parents for a…
On Wednesday night, the Stanford Democrats and the Stanford College Republicans debated the Congressional Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The federal debt-to-GDP ratio, the university endowment tax, and the corporate tax reduction were addressed in the debate hosted by Stanford in Government (SIG), Stanford Women in Politics (SWIP), Stanford Politics, the Stanford Review and the Stanford University Speakers Bureau (SSB).
Three dollars and 46 cents at CVS. Five dollars and 77 cents on a split-fare Uber ride. Eight dollars and 67 cents at Treehouse. Nine dollars and 89 cents at the Stanford University bookstore. All of these are seemingly small payments I have made within the past few days. When considered alone, it’s no surprise that I…
The Eurozone does not operate in a vacuum, and this is where America comes in. Greece likely won’t default and leave the euro, and Syriza likely won’t come away empty handed. And that has nothing to do with economics. It has everything to do with geopolitics.
Obama’s record to date, in other words, isn’t promising, and there may be little reason to hope for more from him in the weeks to come.
Speaker Boehner: bring a clean CR to the floor, regardless of your ad-hoc Hastert Rule. Then talk about Obamacare; everyone is open to ironing out an admittedly imperfect law. Just put the gun down first.
Average of Stanford students graduating with debt decreases, but indebtedness increases