Facing illness, Ehrenberg revisits ‘Last Lecture’In a “Last Lecture” he wrote 15 years ago for the Cornell chapter of the Mortar Board honor society, Ehrenberg summarized what he learned during his oldest son Eric’s first 14 years of his battle against cancer. Those lessons have stood the test of time; now, as Ehrenberg faces advanced kidney disease, he reflects on their relevance to his current life and the challenges ahead.
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Speculation and the Bond Market: An Empirical No-Arbitrage Framework
Barillas, Francisco, and Kristoffer Nimark. "Speculation and the Bond Market: An Empirical No-Arbitrage Framework." Management Science, forthcoming.
The Brother Earnings Penalty
Cools, Angela, and Eleonora Patacchini. "The Brother Earnings Penalty." Labour Economics 58, forthcoming.
Battaglini, Marco, Salvatore Nunnari, and Thomas R. Palfrey. Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming.
Student Spotlight: Nivedita Vatsa '17
Recent Economics graduate, Nivedita Vatsa '17, says "a broad liberal arts education brought depth to my work. My economics thesis centered on child poverty and I found that so many other classes – a class on adolescent development, a class about policy evaluation, a class on sampling methods – enriched my work by helping me connect ideas and research methods across disciplines."
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