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SBE 2020: Submission Detail

ID Number: 126
Title: Research Opportunities: Financial Economics, Public Finance, Energy Markets, and an Aging Society
Lead Author: poterba, james
Abstract: The remarkable events in the global economy in the last two years have drawn attention to the central role that economic institutions and economic policies play in determining the well-being of virtually all participants in modern industrial societies. The global financial crisis has raised a number of research opportunities, in both financial economics and public finance. At the same time, while attracting less attention, recent developments in energy and environmental policy, and the gradual aging of the U.S. population, have also opened rich opportunities for future research. This brief paper outlines potential research directions in each of these areas.
PDF: poterba_james_126.pdf

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