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Princeton economists on the Wall Street crisis

September 30th, 2008, 2:21pm by Sam Wang

A week ago, five Princeton economists held a public discussion on the current crisis: Hyun Shin, Markus Brunnermeier, Harrison Hong, Paul Krugman, and Alan Blinder. I wasn’t there, but the word is that it was edifying but frightening, and well worth the hour to watch it. [YouTube video]

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Primary maps and Purple America

September 30th, 2008, 10:00am by Sam Wang

(From Bob Vanderbei, chair of Operations Research and Finance. -Sam) The primaries are well behind us but I thought I might point out that I’ve made some “Purple Primary” maps. You can check them out here. Of course, in the primaries, the races were intra-party. Hence, purpality is only a measure of voter turnout, which [...]

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