The Barcelona School of Economics has announced that Professor of Economics Stefanie Stantcheva will receive the seventh Calvó-Armengol International Prize in Economics. The prize announcement praises Professor Stantcheva's "creative empirical work on the mobility response to taxation and the study of attitudes regarding income mobility and redistribution." For more information, see the prize announcement here. Read more about Stefanie Stantcheva Wins Calvó-Armengol Prize
The New York Times | By Brian Highsmith, PhD student in Government and Social Policy. Highsmith is also a senior researcher at Yale Law School’s Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law. He was a tax policy adviser on President Barack Obama’s National Economic Council.
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The New York Times | By Guz Wezerek, Ryan D. Enos, and Jacob Brown. Jacob R. Brown is a PhD candidate in Government and Social Policy and a Stone PhD Research Fellow. Ryan D. Enos is Professor of Government, at Harvard University. Based on their research in Nature Human Behavior. View the research ►
Washington Center for Equitable Growth | By Nathan Wilmers and Clem Aeppli. Nathan Wilmers, PhD 2018 in Sociology, is the Sarofim Family Career Development Professor and Assistant Professor of Work and Organizations at MIT Sloan School of Management. Clem Aeepli is a PhD candidate in Sociology and a Stone PhD Scholar in Inequality and Wealth Concentration.
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