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Jun 11 2019 | FierceWireless | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
With the help of Paul Milgrom, a group of four satellite companies has developed a plan for auctioning a spectrum in the C-Band.
Jun 11 2019 | The New York Times | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
Amit Seru explains how shadow banks have taken over risky loans in areas where traditional banks have retreated.
Jun 6 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
A new report issued by the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality details how economic trends are adversely affecting millenials in when it comes to their earnings, health, housing and more.
Jun 5 2019 | The Los Angeles Times | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
An analysis of nearly 9,000 cases by Amit Seru and colleaugues found that mandatory arbitration is a rigged system in favor of businesses.
Jun 4 2019 | The New York Times | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
Research by Faculty Fellows Petra Persson and Maya Rossin-Slater show how a law in Sweden granting fathers flexible time off after a new baby has helped improve the postpartum health of mothers.
May 21 2019 | Scopy by Stanford Medicine | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
People with high incomes dominate employment-based health insurance, influencing a health system to be more geared to the interests of the wealthier, writes Victor Fuchs.
May 6 2019 | The Wall Street Journal | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
In The Wall Street Journal, Edward Lazear explains how a rising productivity gap in the U.S. contributes to wage inequality.
May 2 2019 | BBC | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
Maria Polyakova speaks with the BBC about research she conducted with Petra Persson about the health benefits of having a doctor in the family.
May 2 2019 | PBS NewsHour | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
Paul Oyer and Susan Athey are featured in a piece that explores how Uber employs economists to analyze their data.
Apr 29 2019 | The Washington Post | Posted In: SIEPR in the News
SIEPR’s Darrell Duffie, who has examined replacement approaches for the financial benchmark known as Libor, calls its planned demise “the largest financial engineering project the world has ever seen.”

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