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17 Oct
The 2021 winners were chosen for providing new insights into the labor market and highlighting the importance of so-called natural experiments. The award wraps up this year's Nobel Prize season.
23 Jun
It's been five years since the UK voted to leave the EU. The vote appalled those who saw it as economic self-sabotage. But those in favor of leaving were not swayed by economic arguments — and likely still aren't today.
11 Jun
Is it better to be poor in the US or India? What does living below a country's poverty line mean for the way people sustain themselves? We speak to photographer-economist duo Chow and Lin about their book "The Poverty Line", a decade-long project that explores what living with limited resources means for the dinner plates of different communities around the globe. Their exhibition "Summer of Fireflies: The Poverty Line Solo Exhibition" will be showing at the Rencontres d'Arles festival from July 4.
23 Sep 2019
Nobel laureate Michael Spence, professor of economics at NYU's Stern School of Business and senior adviser at General Atlantic, comments on Federal Reserve monetary policy during an interview with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."
15 Sep 2019
Raffaella Tenconi, chief economist and founder at ADA Economics, discusses politics in Italy, its impact on Italy’s economy and losing its investment grade status. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
11 Aug 2019
Ronnee Ades, professor of professional practice in the finance and economics department at the Rutgers University Business School, and Ryan Smith, a Rutgers business school student, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the school's competition to create a new index/ETF.
11 Feb 2019
Mariana Mazzucato, economics professor at UCL, discusses the U.K. economy and what a No Deal Brexit would mean for the U.K. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
3 Jan 2019
Mike Gallagher, head of markets research at Continuum Economics, examines the FX market "flash-crash."
26 Dec 2018
Paul Romer, Nobel laureate and NYU Stern Professor of Economics, discusses criticism of the Federal Reserve's rate path, the questioning of facts, and the U.S. ratio of debt-to-GDP.
2 Dec 2018
Fred Neumann, co-head of Asian economics and managing director at HSBC, discusses the U.S. economy, the Chinese yuan and his outlook for the Chinese economy.
25 Nov 2018
Chris Watling, chief executive officer and chief market strategist at Longview Economics, discusses the potential issues for the U.K. government if Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan does not pass in Parliament.
2 Aug 2018
Adam Posen, president at Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses the U.S. imposing sanctions on Turkey and the issues impacting the nation's economy.

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