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2019 Fall Symposium: Has the U.S. Economy Become Less Competitive? September 27-28, 2019
Keynote address by Timothy Wu, Julius Silver Professor of Law, Science and Technology, Columbia Law School
By invitation only


Recent Events

Health Policy Schedule: A conference in tribute to Uwe Reinhardt, April 11-12, 2019
Co-sponsored with the Woodrow Wilson School’s Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) and Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance (JRCPPF)
This academic conference, in tribute to Uwe Reinhardt, comprises a series of sessions in which leading health economists and health care experts will present and discuss their research. Many presenters were colleagues, collaborators and mentees of Uwe. Since communicating about health economics was one of Uwe’s great talents, top health economics journalists will also be attending. The panel-based format of the conference, and its limited scale, are designed to encourage interactions between economists, policy makers, journalists and students.
By invitation only


2019 Special Dinner: The Monetary Policy Challenges Ahead, April 4, 2019
William Dudley, Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies senior research scholar, Princeton University; and former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
By invitation only


2019 Spring Symposium: International Trade Policy, February 22–23, 2019
Keynote address by Paul Krugman, distinguished professor of economics, The Graduate Center of The City University of New York; and Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences laureate for his contributions to New Trade Theory and New Economic Geography
By invitation only

Economic Outlook:
Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank Securities

Panel: Tariff Wars and Peace
Chad Bown, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Elaine Buckberg, General Motors
Michael Froman, Mastercard
Moderator: Gene Grossman, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Ernesto Zedillo, Frederick Iseman ’74 Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University; and former president of Mexico


2018 Special Dinner: Changes in the Asset Management Industry, October 18, 2018
Burton Malkiel, Chemical Bank Chairman’s Professor of Economics, emeritus, Princeton University; and author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street
Barbara Novick, co-founder and vice chairman, BlackRock
By invitation only


2018 Book Talk by Ashoka Mody: Euro Tragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Co-sponsored with Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance (JRCPPF) and European Union Program at Princeton (EUPP)
Open to the public.


2018 Fall Symposium: The Tenth Anniversary of the Financial Crisis, September 21-22, 2018
Keynote address by Janet Yellen, Distinguished Fellow in Residence, The Brookings Institution; and former chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
By invitation only

Economic Outlook:
Jan Hatzius, Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Panel: What We Have Learned from the Crisis and the Challenges Ahead
Alan Blinder, Princeton University
Christopher Sims, Princeton University
Jeremy Stein, Harvard University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Joshua Bolten, president and chief executive officer, Business Roundtable; and former chief of staff under President George W. Bush


2018 Princeton Reunions Talk: What’s Wrong with U.S. Health Care and How Can We Fix It? A Tribute to Professor Uwe Reinhardt
June 1, 2018, 10:30 A.M., Robertson Hall, Arthur Lewis Auditorium
Douglas Elmendorf ’83, dean and Don K. Price Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and former director of the Congressional Budget Office
Co-sponsored with Princeton University’s Center for Health and Wellbeing
Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
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2018 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, May 3, 2018 
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 Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
Student Speakers: 

Felicia Angus ’18,
“Winds of Change? The Impact of Renewable Portfolio Standards and Their Class Specifications on State Carbon Emissions”
Calvert Chan ’18, “The Effect of Mandatory Prescription Monitoring Program Use on Opioid Overdose Mortality”
Matthew McKinlay ’18, “Real Economic Effects of the Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing Program: A Structural VAR Approach”
Christine Porr ’18, “The Effects of Maternal Depression on Nine-Year-Old Children’s Behavior, Physical Health, & Cognition”
Gavin Zhang ’18, “Bayesian Estimation of a Medium-Scale DSGE Model of China”


2018 Special Dinner: Advice and Dissent: Why America Suffers When Economics and Politics Collide, April 12, 2018
Alan S. Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution
By invitation only


2018 Spring Symposium: Climate Change, Risk, and Economic Policy, February 9-10, 2018
Keynote address by Robert Litterman, chairman of the risk committee and a founding partner of Kepos Capital
By invitation only

Economic Outlook:
Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics

Panel: The Interaction of Climate Change and Risk
John Drzik, Marsh
Harrison Hong, Columbia University
Denise Mauzerall, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Patrick Bolton, Barbara and David Zalaznick Professor of Business, Columbia University


2017 Fall Symposium: A Preliminary Report Card on the Trump Administration, November 17-18, 2017
Keynote address by Kenneth Rogoff, Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and professor of economics, Harvard University; and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund
By invitation only

Economic Outlook:
Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank Securities

Panel: Economic Policy in its First Year: How is the Trump Administration Doing?
Janet Currie, Princeton University
Ted Gayer, The Brookings Institution
Nolan McCarty, Princeton University
Moderator: Harvey Rosen, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, President, American Action Forum; and former director of the Congressional Budget Office


2017 Special Dinner: October 19, 2017
Jacob Lew, visiting professor of International and Public Affairs, SIPA, Columbia University; and former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, White House Chief of Staff, and director of the Office of Management and Budget
By invitation only


Strategies for Success: Women in High Tech, Academia, Finance, and the Arts, October 5, 2017
Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
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Panel Speakers

Barbara Byrne: vice chairman of investment banking, Barclays; member of Barclays Senior Leadership Group; chairman of Barclays Social Innovation Facility
Margaret Martonosi: Hugh Trumbull Adams ’35 Professor of Computer Science; director of Princeton’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
Samantha Parent Walravens ’90: co-author Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech; award-winning journalist
Moderated by: Ilyana Kuziemko: professor of economics; co-director Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies


2017 Princeton Reunions Talk: Economics and Politics: A Clash of Two Civilizations, June 2, 2017
Alan S. Blinder ’67, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and vice chairman of the Promontory Interfinancial Network
Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
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2017 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, May 4, 2017
Event Poster Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
Student Speakers:

Aslihan Asil ’17, “One Size Does Not Fit All: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. Merchandise and Service Trade Flows Pre and Post Great Recession”
Rene Chalom ’17, “They’re Beating Us in Trade? The Effect of Chinese Imports on U.S. Manufacturing Labor Dynamics”
Samantha Essig ’17, “Mothers at Work: The Effect of California’s Paid Family Leave Policy on Maternal Labor Market Outcomes”
Alexander Lee ’17, “Pound for Pound: An Event Study Analysis of the Differential Effect of Brexit on British Firms”
Christina Styer ’17, “Extraordinary Times: Analyzing the Transmission Mechanisms of Unconventional Monetary Policy since The Great Financial Crisis”


2017 Spring Symposium: Monetary Policy and Financial Market Stability, April 21-22, 2017
Keynote address by Ben Bernanke, Distinguished Fellow in Residence, Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution; and former chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Open Market Committee
By invitation only
 Ben Bernanke


2016 Fall Symposium: Inequality and Opportunity, October 14-15, 2016
Keynote address by Joseph Stiglitz, University Professor, Columbia Business School, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Department of Economics), and the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
By invitation only
Joseph Stiglitz

Economic Outlook:
Burton Malkiel, Princeton University

Panel: How Much Does Inequality Matter?
David Autor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute
Peter Georgescu, Young & Rubicam
Janet Gornick, Graduate Center, City University of New York
Moderated by: Ilyana Kuziemko, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Alan Krueger, Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Princeton University


2016 Special Lunch-time Talk: Fiscal Sustainability: What Makes the Euro Area Different? October 11, 2016
Eric Leeper, Rudy Professor of Economics, Indiana University; former senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
By invitation only:
Princeton faculty, students, fellows, and Griswold Center members and guests
Eric Leeper
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2016 Special Dinner: Campaign 2016: The Outlook for the Economy, September 29, 2016
R. Glenn Hubbard, Dean and Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School
By invitation only
Glenn Hubabrd


2016 Special Lunch-time Talk: Banking Reform in the United Kingdom, September 22, 2016
Sir John Vickers, Warden, All Souls College, Oxford; former chief economist of the Bank of England
By invitation only:
Princeton faculty, students, fellows, and Griswold Center members and guests
Sir John Vickers
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2016 Princeton Reunions Panel Discussion: Economic Policy Issues in the 2016 Presidential Campaign, May 27, 2016
Josh Bolten ’76, founder and managing director of Rock Creek Global Advisors and former chief of staff under President George W. Bush
Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required
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Josh Bolten


2016 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, April 28, 2016
Event Poster Open to the Princeton Community – No Registration Required

Student Speakers:
Victoria Lin ’16, “Take It or Leave It: An Empirical Study of OECD Maternity Leave Policies and Female Labor Market Outcomes”
Jacqueline Marshall ’16, “An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Consumer Protection Regulations on Microfinance Institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean”
Karthik Amrutur Sastry ’16, “Land Prices, Credit Frictions, and Macroeconomic Policy”
Joan Elizabeth Thompson ’16, “Was the Great Recession a Shock to Health? The Effect of Severe Macroeconomic Stress on Health Outcomes and Behaviors”
Jason Yu ’16, “The Partially-Employed Labor Force? An Analysis of Uber: The Voices of the Drivers”


2016 Special Dinner: Opportunities for U.S. Macroeconomic Policy, April 7, 2016
Narayana Kocherlakota, Lionel W. McKenzie Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester; former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
By invitation only
Narayana Kocherlakota


2016 Spring Symposium: Economic Policy Issues in the 2016 Presidential Campaign, February 19-20, 2016
Keynote conversation between: N. Gregory Mankiw, Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics, Harvard University; and Peter Orszag, Vice Chairman of Corporate and Investment Banking and Chairman of the Financial Strategy and Solutions Group, Citigroup, Inc.
By invitation only

N. Gregory MankiwPeter Orszag

Economic Outlook:
Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics, Inc.

Panel: Immigration and the U.S. Labor Market: Issues in the Presidential Campaign
George Borjas, Harvard Kennedy School
Randy Capps, Migration Policy Institute
Pia Orrenius, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Moderated by: Henry Farber, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Alan S. Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University


2015 Special Dinner: Challenges for Emerging Markets, December 1, 2015
Co-sponsored by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance (JRCPPF)

Arminio Fraga, founding partner of Gavea Investimentos and former president of the Central Bank of Brazil
By invitation only
Arminio Fraga


2015 Fall Symposium: Capital Taxation Policy, October 16-17, 2015
Keynote address by Martin Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University; president emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research
By invitation only
Martin Feldstein

Economic Outlook:
Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank Securities

Panel: Reforming the Taxation of Income from Capital
William Gale, The Brookings Institution
Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute
Pam Olson, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Moderated by: Harvey Rosen, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, President, American Action Forum; former director of the Congressional Budget Office


2015 Special Lunch-time Talk: U.S. Economic Diplomacy: A View from Afar, September 28, 2015
What should the United States’ role be in Asia, especially China?
How should the United States respond to the efforts of emerging market economies to play a more assertive role in world affairs?

Martin Parkinson, Australia’s former secretary of the Department of the Treasury; inaugural secretary of the Department of Climate Change

Martin Parkinson
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2015 Princeton Reunions Panel Discussion: ObamaCare: Can it be Fixed or Should it be Repealed? May 29, 2015
Co-sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing
Avik Roy, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and
Uwe Reinhardt, James Madison Professor of Political Economy. Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University.

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2015 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, April 30, 2015

Student Speakers:
David Li ’15, “May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor: An Empirical Analysis of British Premium Bonds”
Nicholas Stead ’15, “The Sustainability of the Bank of Japan’s Balance Sheet”
Han Tran ’15, “Is That a Stimulus Package in Your Pocket?: The Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Aggregate Demand”
Linda Zhong ’15, “How Much Does an Hour Cost? Nonlinear Wage Growth as a Persisting Source of the Gender Wage Gap”


2015 Special Dinner: April 23, 2015
Timothy F. Geithner, 75th Secretary of the Treasury for the first term of President Barack Obama’s administration; lecturer at the Yale School of Management; president of Warburg Pincus
By invitation only
Timothy Geithner


2015 Spring Symposium: Monetary Policy and Labor Markets, March 27-28, 2015
Keynote address by Alan S. Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and vice chairman of the Promontory Interfinancial Network
By invitation only
Alan Blinder

Economic Outlook:
Jan Hatzius, Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Panel: U.S. Labor Market: Where has it been and where is it going?
Kerwin Charles, University of Chicago
Mark Doms, U.S. Department of Commerce
John Haltiwanger, University of Maryland
Moderated by: Orley Ashenfelter, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Alan Krueger, Bendheim Professor in Economics and Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University; former chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers


2015 Special Symposium Celebrating the Centennial of the Federal Reserve: The Fed as Bank Regulator: Will its New Supervisory Tools and Strategies Prevent another Financial Crisis? March 20, 2015
Co-sponsored by The George Washington University

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Opening Remarks Video
Paul Schiff Berman, The George Washington University
Uwe Reinhardt, Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies, Princeton University
Michael Whitehouse, Vital Venture Networks

Panel: The Fed’s Evolving Role and New Responsibilities in Supervision and Regulation: U.S. and Global Implications Video
Clay Lowery, Vice President, Rock Creek Global Advisors LLC
Coryann Stefansson, Managing Director, Financial Services Advisory Practice, PwC
Jose Vinals, Financial Counsellor, Director of Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF
David Wessel, Director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, the Brookings Institution
Moderated by: Ralph (Chip) MacDonald, Partner, Jones Day

Panel: Will the Fed’s New Strategies Succeed in Preventing Another Financial Crisis? Video
Michael Bradfield, General Counsel, The Volcker Alliance
Simon Johnson, Professor, MIT, Sloan School of Management
Barbara Novick, Vice Chairman, Co-Founder, Black Rock
Arthur Wilmarth, Professor, GW Law
Moderated by: Binyamin Appelbaum, The New York Times

Luncheon Keynote Address
Barney Frank, former member U.S. Congress (D, MA) and Chair of the House Financial Services Committee; co-author of The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

Panel: Are the Fed’s New Supervisory Tools Strong Enough in an Era of Financial Innovation and Shadow Banking? And How Will Other Federal Agencies Assist? Video
Anat Admati, Professor, Stanford University Graduate School of Business
Michael Gibson, Director, Division of Banking Supervision & Regulation, The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Don Kohn, Senior Fellow, the Brookings Institution
Patrick Pinschmidt, Deputy Assistant Secretary and Executive Director, FSOC, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Moderated by: Paul Saltzman, President, The Clearing House Association

Closing Keynote Remarks: Reflections on Federal Financial Agencies Past and Future Roles in Financial Regulation – Structural Reforms for Controlling Systemic Risk Video
Paul Volcker, Chairman, The Volcker Alliance, former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Paul Volcker


2015 Special Lunch-time Talk: Who Should Control Monetary Policy? Politicians or the Central Bank? February 18, 2015
Don Brash, former governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and member of the New Zealand Parliament

Don Brash

Co-sponsored by the Bendheim Center for Finance, the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance, and the Woodrow Wilson School.
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2014 Special Symposium Celebrating the Centennial of the Federal Reserve: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy: Traditional and New Tools, November 13, 2014
Co-sponsored by The George Washington University

Keynote Conversation
Paul Volcker, Chairman, The Volcker Alliance, former Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, with Alan Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University, former vice chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Video

Paul Volcker

Opening Talk: The Federal Reserve at 100: A Comparative View of the World’s Central Banks
Harold James, Princeton University Video

Panel: The Role of Monetary Policy in Financial Stability Video
Harold Cole, University of Pennsylvania
Frederic Mishkin, Columbia Business School
Moderated by Christopher Sims, Princeton University

Panel: Monetary Policy during the Crisis: What Worked and What Didn’t? Video
R. Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School
Donald Kohn, Brookings Institution
James McAndrews, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Moderated by Nell Henderson, The Wall Street Journal

Panel: Monetary Policy after the Recovery: What is the New Normal? Video
Charles Plosser, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Frank Schorfheide, University of Pennsylvania
Neal Soss, Credit Suisse
Moderated by Binyamin Appelbaum, The New York Times


2014 Fall Symposium: Is the Financial Sector Too Big? October 24-25, 2014
Keynote address by Lord Mervyn King, former Governor of the Bank of England
By invitation only
Lord Mervyn King

Economic Outlook:
James Glassman, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Panel: What are the Effects of a Growing Financial Sector?
Tobias Adrian, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Darrell Duffie, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Barbara Novick, BlackRock
David Scharfstein, Harvard Business School

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Thomas Philippon, NYU Stern School of Business


2014 Special Dinner: The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned—and Have Still to Learn—From the Financial Crisis, October 8, 2014
Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, London
By invitation only
Martin Wolf

2014 Princeton Reunions Panel Discussion: Economic Policy Challenges, May 30, 2014

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N. Gregory Mankiw, Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and
Christopher Sims, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University.

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2014 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, May 1, 2014

Student Speakers:
2014 UG student speakers

Nicola Babarcich ’14, “Bayesian Estimation of a Small Open Economy New Keynesian DSGE Model: Exchange Rate Dynamics in the Case of the Republic of Turkey”
Kimberly Chen ’14, “Risk-Based Insurance Tariff Analysis: Paired Economic Models for Navigating the Health Insurance Marketplace”
Joyce Lim ’14, “The New York City Green Cart Program: An Impact Evaluation”
Jeffrey Schwartz ’14, “Medicaid Managed Care: Higher Quality Care at Lower Cost? An Analysis of the Medi-Cal Population”
David Alexander Seyferth ’14, “The Crisis Aftermath: Understanding Variability in Housing Recovery at the Metropolitan Level”


2014 Special Dinner: Global Liquidity and the Prospects for Emerging Economies in 2014, April 4, 2014
Dani Rodrik, Albert O. Hirschman Professor of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study, and
Hyun Song Shin, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University.
By invitation only

RodrikSong Shin


2014 Spring Symposium: Economic Policy Challenges in Obama’s Second Term, February 7-8, 2014
Keynote address by Alan Krueger, Bendheim Professor of Economics & Public Policy at Princeton University and former chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers.
By invitation only
Alan Krueger

Economic Outlook:
Dean Maki, Barclays Capital

Panel: Political Economy of Fiscal Policy
William Gale, Brookings Institution
Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute
Harvey Rosen, Princeton University
Julian Zelizer, Princeton University

Keynote Closing Remarks:
Norman Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute


2013 Fall Symposium: Prospects for Long-Term Growth in the U.S. Economy, October 11-12, 2013
Keynote conversation between Paul Krugman, professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University and op-ed columnist for The New York Times, and Robert Gordon, Stanley G. Harris Professor of the Social Sciences at Northwestern University; moderated by Alan Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University.
By invitation only

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Economic Outlook:
Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics, Inc.

Panel: Structural Changes in the U.S. Economy
James Hamilton, University of California, San Diego
Frank Levy, MIT and Harvard Medical School
Neal Soss, Credit Suisse

Panel: Innovation and Economic Growth
Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT Sloan School
Richard D’Aveni, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
Michael McAlpine, Princeton University


2013 Special Dinner: The New Geography of American Prosperity, September 19, 2013
Meredith Whitney, CEO of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group, LLC.
By invitation only
Meredith Whitney


2013 Undergraduate Student Research Forum, May 2, 2013
Co-sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing

Student Speakers:
2013 UG student speakers

Maeve Drablos ’13, “Easing Transition to Adulthood for Students with Disabilities: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Community-Based Instruction in New Jersey”
Samuel Dresner ’13, “Symptoms of Hospital Congestion: An Empirical Study of the Impact of Hospital Competition on the Quality and Cost of Medical Care in California”
Ameer Elbuluk ’13, “Hospital vs. Hospice: An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Care in End-of-Life Patients”
Shirley Lee ’13, “Effects of Stimulant Treatment for ADHD on Long-term Academic Outcomes in Children”
Jio Park ’13 , “Consolidation in the Health Care Industry: An Empirical Study of the Impact of Hospital Mergers on Quality of Care in California”


2013 Spring Symposium: The Future of the Chinese Economy, April 19-20, 2013
A keynote conversation between Governor Jon Huntsman, former ambassador to China and Singapore and former governor of Utah, and Stephen Roach, former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, following dinner on Friday, April 19.
By invitation only

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Economic Outlook:
Jan Hatzius, Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Panel: China: Hard or Soft Landing?
Gregory Chow, Princeton University
Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Shang-Jin Wei, Columbia Business School

Panel: China and the Rest of the World
Edward Dunne, Willowbridge Associates
Cheng Li, Brookings Institution
Burton Malkiel, Princeton University
Hyun Song Shin, Princeton University


2013 Special Dinner: After the Music Stopped: The Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead, March 1, 2013
Alan S. Blinder, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and Vice Chairman of the Promontory Interfinancial Network
By invitation only
Alan Blinder


2012 Fall Symposium: Health Care Spending and the Deficit, November 16-17, 2012
Keynote address by Robert D. Reischauer, president emeritus of the Urban Institute and former director of the Congressional Budget Office
By invitation only
Robert D. Reischauer

Post-election Economic Policy Issues:
Alan S. Blinder, Princeton University

Panel: Bending the Cost Curve in Health Care
Joseph R. Antos, American Enterprise Institute
Mark V. Pauly, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Uwe E. Reinhardt, Princeton University

Panel: The Future of Medicare
Henry J. Aaron, Brookings Institution
Katherine Baicker, Harvard School of Public Health
Stuart M. Butler, The Heritage Foundation


2012 Special Dinner: The 2012 Elections: Issues and Answers, September 21, 2012
David R. Gergen, Director of the Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School, and Senior Political Analyst for CNN
By invitation only
David R. Gergen

Dedication of the Benjamin H. Griswold III, Class of 1933, Center for Economic Policy Studies, May 18, 2012

Panel: The Griswold Center, Bringing Together Members of the Academic, Business, and Government Communities (panelists discussed lessons learned from the economic events of the last five years)
By invitation only
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank AG
N. Gregory Mankiw, Harvard University
Christopher A. Sims, Princeton University

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