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Researchers have proposed a new tool called a “shadow rate” that can be used in economic models to measure the effects of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative-easing program. http://bit.ly/2mt6zut

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MIT’s John Van Reenen discusses the role of corporations and government interference in the market: http://bit.ly/2ldORLp

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Could the economic implications for Brexit provide unprecedented opportunity for tech companies in the UK? Join us on March 2 for the upcoming Chicago Conversations. http://bit.ly/2l8gaa2
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Watch professor Austan Goolsbee on CNBC, as he outlines his concerns with President Trump’s trade policies: http://bit.ly/2lIeKGQ

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Professor Eugene Fama discusses his research in modern finance and what makes a perfect portfolio: http://bit.ly/2kEHfFp

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Elizabeth Koprucki, Assistant Director of the Fab Lab at the Polsky Center, talks about the importance of embracing diversity in makerspaces. [Use Quote Card from Instagram as visual] http://bit.ly/2kxu0Xi

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Professor Randall Kroszner is interviewed on Bloomberg, as he discusses why Trump needs to reform, not deregulate banks: http://bit.ly/2lSMAGq

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From 2000 to 2015, privately owned sports facilities cost US taxpayers $12 billion. But do the benefits outweigh the costs? http://bit.ly/2kKlvE0

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Clayton Rose, ’81 wasn’t necessarily looking for a mate when he enrolled at Booth. But in the back row of Sidney Davidson’s tax class, he found Julianne Rose, ’81. They recently celebrated their 33rd anniversary. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we collected stories of couples that met or followed one another as students at Booth. bit.ly/2kRv59k
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The collapse of Lehman Brothers was a tipping point for the economic crisis nearly 9 years ago. However, new research asks if the Federal Reserve could have saved Lehman Brothers from bankruptcy: http://bit.ly/2l0Xqd2
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