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Reporting earnings less frequently could lead execs to make better long-term decisions, according to top economists

Allowing publicly traded European firms to report earnings annually instead of quarterly would let executives place greater emphasis on more strategic, long-term decision-making and could improve business performance, according to a panel of Europe’s leading economists.

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Why staring out the window is good for the brain

Sendhil Mullainathan explains how to ‘think better’ in new Chicago Booth lecture series

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Economic Outlook 2019: 11 takeaways from Chicago Booth scholars

Economists discuss slowing growth, trade wars and why so many people are angry

Even as the stock market plunges, interest rates rise and a trade war with China looms, the economy won’t be “going off a cliff” this year—but growth may slow to a crawl.

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Chicago Booth’s Marianne Bertrand wins new Swedish prize in economics and management

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Chicago Booth’s Koijen named winner of 2019 Fischer Black Prize honoring top finance scholar under 40

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