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A Wealth of Nations

By Douglas Clement

Professor Timothy Kehoe weighs in on economic theory and practice.

Gifts of Knowledge

By Chrisitne Cumming

The Science of Acorns

Littermans talk about the science and serendipity of succeeding, living well, and giving back.

A New Economist

By Elizabeth Hilberg

Levin Learns Life Lessons from his U of M Economics Major.

Standing on Shoulders

By Douglas Clement

Alice Schoonbroodt has "everything but regret" after entering the U's graduate program.

What did Ed Prescott do to win the Nobel Prize?

Ed Prescott, now at Arizona State but a professor in Minnesota's Department of Economics from 1980 to 2003, was awarded the 2004 Nobel Prize in economics together with Finn E. Kydland, Ed's student at Carnegie Mellon in the 1970s. The prize was awarded "for their contributions to dynamic macroeconomics: the time consistency of economic policy and the driving forces behind business cycles."

Ties that Bind

By Douglas Clement

Looser fiscal limits in Europe could create a severe trial for its central bank, according to V.V. Chari and Pat Kehoe.

Greater than the Sum

By Douglas Clement

The Minneapolis Fed and the
University of Minnesota: A partnership

This is precisely how government, business, and education ought to work together.

Letter from the Chair

By Ed Foster



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