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Presidential report draws on SIEPR scholarship

President Biden’s recent analysis of the nation’s economic progress relies heavily on academic research, including studies by more than two dozen SIEPR scholars.

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Why Econ

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Why is a New York City cabbie driven to focus on behavioral economics? Why does a basketball-obsessed first-grader grow up to shoot for an econ PhD? Learn about the academic and professional twists and turns our affiliated faculty and students took before steering toward SIEPR.

SIEPR Programs

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SIEPR offers a wide range of programs and fellowships to catalyze research on questions of lasting importance and train the next generation of economic policy scholars and leaders.  Our programs are offered to people at all different stages in their careers including students, recent graduates, and research professionals.

Social Security

Strengthening the safety net

With Social Security trust funds expected to dry up in 2034, the clock is ticking for policymakers to strengthen the safety net supporting millions of Americans. This policy brief from SIEPR Senior Fellow Gopi Shah Goda and Policy Fellow Andrew Biggs looks at the causes and consequences of Social Security’s financial volatility and shows paths for reform.


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