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Keynote Conversation

Cliff Asness, MBA ’91, PhD ’94, David Booth ’71, and Eugene F. Fama, MBA ’64, PhD ’64, discussed their views on the current and future state of asset prices and investing in a conversation moderated by professor Steven Neil Kaplan.

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Keynote Conversation
Big Data in the Classroom session

Big Data in the Classroom

Professors Dan Adelman, Jean-Pierre Dubé, and Christian Hansen discussed the importance of learning how to communicate the findings and the intuition underlying the findings to a non-experts in a conversation moderated by Andrew Appel, '91.

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Big Data in the Classroom
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Lessons from the Pandemic

Professors Marianne Bertrand, Pascal Noel, and Chad Syverson shared their research about behavior during the pandemic, and the implications for people, businesses, and the economy in a conversation moderated by professor Steven J. Davis.

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Lessons from the Pandemic
Labor market

How Has the Pandemic Changed the Labor Market?

Chicago Booth's Marianne Bertrand, Steven J. Davis, and Matthew J. Notowidigdo discuss the impact of COVID-19, and policies created to counter it, on the US workforce.

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How Has the Pandemic Changed the Labor Market?
Work from home

Employers Say Remote Work Will Remain in Their Plans

David E. Altig, Jose Maria Barrero, Nicholas Bloom, Steven J. Davis, Brent Meyer, and Emil Mihaylov share research on how employers are looking at the future of working from home.

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Employers Say Remote Work Will Remain in Their Plans