Chicago Booth's Ray Ball awarded 2019 Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize

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Raghuram Rajan’s latest book explores how stronger communities can save capitalist democracies

Chicago Booth professor’s “The Third Pillar” calls for a new social contract

Why do our neighbors matter when we can reach people across the world?

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Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index shows Americans' trust in financial institutions increasing after rocky decade

Financial trust increased from 22 percent in 2008 to 28 percent at the end of 2018, according to a survey marking the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis.

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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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