What Can The Municipal Bond Market Tell Us About Racial Discrimination?
“In this short talk, Prof. Parsons addresses racial discrimination using insights from financial markets. He explores the unique challenges historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) face when attempting to raise funds for their operations, and discusses how the findings may help us understand racial discrimination in other settings.”
Pandemics & Stock Prices
Where to Find New Market Opportunities Post COVID-19
How do Cities Change When We Work from Home?
Hospital Resource Planning During the Pandemic: How Many Ventilators?
Misinformation in the Time of COVID
Leadership and Team Communication in Coronavirus
“An N95” Mask for Pricing
COVID-19’s Impact on Supply Chains
Digitally Transforming Your Business to Prepare for the New Normal
Neha Bairoliya and Ayse Imrohoroglu
The Macroeconomic Consequences of COVID-19
Kevin J. Murphy
Helping Mid-Size and Large Businesses During the Pandemic: CARES to the Rescue?
The Long Term and Unequal Impact of Job Loss
Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics: Understanding the Numbers Behind the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kimon Drakopoulos and Ramandeep Randhawa
Why Perfect Tests May Not be Worth Waiting For
Why US Governors Delayed Ordering Lockdowns
The Federal Reserve and the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Imperfect Pause Button: The Economic Costs of Fighting COVID-19
Ethics of the Coronavirus Crisis: Stakeholder Leadership in a Newly Uncertain World
Data Science for Epidemics: The Value of Knowing Just a Little More…
Tom Y. Chang
The Least Worst Thing: Value of a Statistical Life
Selale Tuzel & Miao Zhang
Economic Stimulus at the Expense of Routine Task Jobs
October 6, 2020
Has Blockchain Technology Benefited from Bitcoin’s Volatile Price?
November 2, 2020
AI and the Future of Labor
December 7, 2020