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The Year Ahead

Top economic policy challenges for 2023

No crystal balls. No reading tea leaves. Just a research-based look ahead to some undoubtedly huge economic issues by our 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.

Where There's Smoke

Incomes drop when wildfires burn

Wildfire smoke reduced earnings in the U.S. by an average of $125 billion a year between 2007 and 2019. David Molitor explains the impact in our latest policy brief.

 

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