The Stanford Daily recently sat down with Pete Klenow, economics professor and senior fellow in the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, to discuss his thoughts on his time at Stanford and his current research.
There is no doubt, for one, that workers are increasingly being squeezed out by robots and automation. And we’re not talking only about jobs at the lowest end of the pay scale– what were once considered “middle-class” jobs are also being hollowed out.
Athey, who has worked with Microsoft to develop new theories on the effect of the Internet on advertising, news consumption and more, is one of the leading experts in the field. Her research on the convergence of big data and economics, moreover, has even shaken up the way the web works.
Thirty fortunate undergraduates may find themselves working and taking classes in New York City through a University pilot program in spring quarter of 2015, as plans for a new Stanford in New York City program continue to take shape.
How you earn your money may actually matter, according to a recent study by Professor of Sociology Robb Willer.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke Monday morning about the multifaceted nature of Chinese-U.S. relations.
No, seriously. Searching after this question’s answer has dominated much of my time here in college. Once upon a time, I thought I knew the answer: love was a thing to be discovered, waiting within special people I encountered.
Hoover Senior Fellow Thomas Sargent was named the recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences by the Nobel committee early Monday morning