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Stefanie Stantcheva will be speaker at 2024 Economica-Coase Lecture at LSE.
Stefanie Stantcheva will be a speaker at the Public Economics Program Meeting, Spring 2024.
Stefanie Stantcheva will be a speaker at the NBER Public Economics Program Meeting/Economic Analysis of Business Taxation Conference, Fall 2023.
Stefanie Stantcheva was one of the three keynote speakers together with Nicholas Bloom and Uri Gneezy at the Advances with Field Experiments (AFE) 2023 Conference.
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Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity, with Janice C. Eberly, Ben Harris, Stefanie Stantcheva, and Jón Steinsson
Workers think so. Economists disagree.
Gustaf Kilander talks to experts about why it "feels" like both are true
That is, as long as the data does not deliver a nasty surprise
OPINION | Paul Krugman
Steigende Preise sind allseits unbeliebt, sogar bei denen, die davon profitieren. Das liegt auch an der Selbstüberschätzung der Menschen, sagt eine Harvard-Ökonomin.
Many Americans believe that the economy and their finances are worse than they really are
Researchers examine who embraces mindset that one’s gain is another’s loss, and how that affects our politics — in sometimes surprising ways.
Stefanie talks about the research of the Social Economics Lab at the 2-day French-German cabinet retreat in Hamburg in October 2023.
People think differently than before: belief in shared benefits is dwindling. This has fatal consequences for the economy, politics and society as a whole.
A portrait of Stefanie Stantcheva, from Philippine Robert on "Le Point".
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.
NBER Keynote featuring Stefanie's work on the perceptions of mobility.
Stefanie was featured in Elle Canada's "Elle 100: Women That Are Changing the World" list.
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.
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.
Stefanie's talk titled "How People Think About the Economy" at the 2022 Economic Journal Lecture hosted by the Royal Economic Society.
Econofact podcast: How People Form, and Change Their Opinions on Economics
Stefanie delivered the 14th CESifo and IIPF Richard Musgrave Lecture on Social Economics Surveys and Experiments, on 24 March 2022
A video feature of Stefanie's "Social Positions and Fairness Views on Inequality" working paper on Econimate.
A Harvard Business School podcast with Stefanie about people's misconceptions about inequality and their consequences.
Stefanie was featured in Le Figaro, an article that focused on her research-driven contributions to social economics.
Stefanie delivers the 7th Richard Goode Lecture hosted by IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
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.
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