“What’s happening now is more companies that thought they could survive are giving up,” said Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford. “The most painful time to lose your job may well be coming up.”
Chad Jones, SIEPR Senior Fellow and Stanford GSB prof., posits that natalist policies could mean “the difference between . . . exponential growth in population and living standards and an Empty Planet in which incomes stagnate and the population vanishes.”
Stanford Graduate School of Business Dean Jonathan Levin and Associate Dean Sarah Soule discuss the school's action plan for increasing racial equity, pointing out the need for leaders to be aware of the importance of diversity.
"There is little data about how the school closings in the spring affected children from different racial or socioeconomic backgrounds," said SIEPR Senior Fellow Sean Reardon, a professor at Stanford Graduate School of Education.
Despite high-profile concerns that all-mail elections might favor Democrats, SIEPR Senior Fellow Andrew Hall co-authored recent research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that showed vote by mail has not historically favored one party or the other.
"Companies told they are under a formal investigation may submit a white paper or other materials that make their case to the regulator . . . These white papers provide companies a chance to defend itself and pre-empt being served with a Wells notice," says SIEPR Senior Fellow Joseph Grundfest.
“People who have the economic wherewithal to be with their kids and the resources to create safe and developmentally richer environments are going to be hugely advantaged to the parents who aren’t able to do that,” said SIEPR Senior Fellow Thomas Dee.