Dein Gewinn ist mein Verlust (🇩🇪)

People think differently than before: belief in shared benefits is dwindling. This has fatal consequences for the economy, politics and society as a whole.

WZB honors Daron Acemoglu for his research on prosperity and political stability

Daron Acemoglu wins the A.SK Social Science Award 2023, valued at 100,000 euros, for his work on economic prosperity and political stability. Additionally, Filiz Garip and Stefanie Stantcheva are awarded the inaugural “A.SK Bright Mind Awards,” each worth 20,000 euros, for their contributions as emerging social researchers.

What do we think?

In the season finale of The New Bazaar, Stefanie discusses her lab’s research on public opinions regarding open trade, income inequality, racial economic disparities, and climate change. She examines how these views vary by factors like partisanship and class, and how people sometimes change their opinions when presented with new information.

Climat: Les Français prêts à faire plus?

On Tuesday, July 12th, Stefanie Stantcheva, a Harvard economics professor and member of the Council of Economic Analysis (CAE), explored whether the French are ready to do more for the climate on the show “Le Grand Journal de l’Éco” hosted by Thomas Sasportas.

Economic Journal Lecture

Stefanie’s talk titled “How People Think About the Economy” at the 2022 Economic Journal Lecture hosted by the Royal Economic Society.

Europe’s Recovery Programs

At an event at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) discussing Europe’s economic recovery post-pandemic, Stefanie shares insights on the lasting impact of tax policy on innovation, education, and wealth.

Major Economic Challenges: Inequality

At the event, Stefanie presented findings on inequality and economic insecurity, focusing on enhancing equality of opportunity and tax fairness, and stimulating job creation, as detailed in a report co-authored with Dani Rodrik.

Stantcheva Honored by Carnegie Corporation

Stefanie was named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow, joining a group of notable scholars. Her research, supported by Harvard colleagues, delves into optimizing tax and transfer systems, examining their long-term effects on innovation, education, and wealth, as well as public understanding of policies like taxation and trade.

2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellows Recipient

Stefanie was named a 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellow for her work that explores the impact of knowledge, partisanship, and fairness on economic policy views and tests educational materials to improve understanding of these policies.

Stefanie Stantcheva on Taxes, Transfers, and Redistribution

In this article, Stefanie focuses on taxes, transfers, and redistribution, examining their effects, optimal design, and public perceptions, employing novel methods like social economics surveys and experiments to gain deeper insights.

Research Suggests We’re Misperceiving the Inequality Around Us

In this Marketplace podcast, Stefanie highlights the inaccuracy of people’s perceptions about their own economic status and that of their social and work circles, as revealed by research based on tax and income data from thousands of residents in Denmark.

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