Economics

Nobel Prize-winner Kenneth Arrow dies

Nobel Prize-winning economist Kenneth Arrow was a leading figure in the field of economic theory. He inspired generations of students through his decades-long teaching at Stanford.

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A way forward on health care reform

Congress is moving to end the Affordable Care Act. Economist Alain Enthoven, an expert on health care finance, offers what should happen next.

How will the election affect the economy?

Stanford economists John Taylor and John Cochrane offer their thoughts on the state of the U.S. economy and job growth and how it may look under President-Elect Donald Trump.

Stanford expert suggests growth reforms for U.S. economy

Professor John B. Taylor says that lower tax rates on people and businesses, regulatory reforms, free trade agreements that open markets, and entitlement and monetary reforms could give a much-needed boost to the U.S. economy.