Robert Kaplan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, spoke Tuesday at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) on the impact of Hurricane Harvey on Texas, sluggish economic growth, monetary policy, and the importance of, migration and globalization for the US economy.
Pritzker described her own “life journey” and discussed the future of the economy and the workforce in the face of historic demographic shifts.
Dear liberals, stop panicking over Trump. That’s the headline Michael Cohen wrote on Tuesday for his Boston Globe column that outlined the various reasons he is confident that the United States won’t elect “a racist, misogynist demagogue.” It sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Not even a year ago, countless political commentators told us why “Donald Trump…
Palo Alto City Council is considering implementing an annual cap on commercial and office development despite resistance from Stanford University and other companies.
A jobs report released last Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) revealed data that may seem optimistic for the economy. To make light of the facts, The Stanford Daily met with Michael Boskin—a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and professor of economics.
Chinese economist Wu Jinglian spoke Thursday evening on China’s economic achievements and current challenges, arguing that state domination of allocation of resources and monopolies limit the country’s economic advancement.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was in Palo Alto Monday with a simple message for Silicon Valley: Washington has more work to do to repair the U.S. economy, and it is in the process of doing it.
President Obama devoted the first half of his Monday to talking about his vision for the future of education in America, first on NBC’s Today Show and later on a conference call from the Oval Office with a group of college journalists.