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Centers

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Deelopment joins students and faculty from across the university and connects them with policymakers and business leaders committed to fighting poverty. 

 

 

The Center for Public and Private Finance (CPPF), co-directed by Michael Boskin and John Shoven, looks broadly at numerous macroeconomic and finance-oriented issues.

The Stanford Environmental and Energy Policy Analysis Center (SEEPAC), a joint venture of SIEPR and the Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford, uses the tools of economics, other social sciences, and natural science to examine the critical environmental and energy issues of the 21st Century. Climate change is a central focus.

The Center on Employment and Economic Growth (CEEG) studies the relationship between long-term economic growth, technological development, and innovation, focusing on the transformation of the quality of life in a rapidly changing world.