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Oct 2 2015 | Wall Street Journal
By Edward Lazear, Professor at the GSB and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and SIEPR.
Oct 2 2015 | Science
Co-authored by Charles D. Kolstad, Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy and at SIEPR, on approaches to improving the process by which research on climate change is assessed.
Former SIEPR First Sabbatical Visitor Heidi Williams was awarded a MacArthur Genius fellowship for her work on the economics of innovation.
Sep 24 2015 | Stanford Daily
Interview with SIEPR's new Director Mark Duggan oh his research, plans for Stanford students' engagement, and the role of SIEPR.
Interview with David Crane, a lecturer on public policy and SIEPR Research Scholar. David served as a special advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and as a CalSTRS board member.

Conner Crane, September 2015 Student of the Month

Sep 6 2015
Conner is a senior majoring in Public Policy with a concentration in International and National Security Policy. This summer, Conner worked with Dr. Condoleezza Rice doing research on democratic transitions in the Middle East. In addition to his research, Conner trained daily with the Stanford... Read More

New Director Starts at SIEPR

Sep 1 2015
Mark Duggan, the Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor of Economics at Stanford, became the Trione Director of SIEPR effective today, September 1, 2015. He succeeds John Shoven, who led the institute for 16 years and grew SIEPR’s reputation as an authoritative voice on economic policy. “It’s truly an... Read More
Aug 26 2015 | Wall Street Journal
As hospitals consolidate, more market power is needed to bargain for better prices.
Jul 17 2015 | Stanford Report
Masahiko Aoki, a SIEPR Senior Fellow and an Emeritus Professor of Economics, forged new ways of thinking about organizations, institutions and East Asian economies. He died in Palo Alto on July 15. Stanford Report, July 17, 2015
Jul 16 2015 | Wall Street Journal
SIEPR Senior Fellow Nick Bloom is quoted in the WSJ article discussing how measuring productivity with new goods and services, especially digital goods, is very difficult.