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In The News 2024
< Econ Battle Zone: Disinflation Confrontation
January 19, 2024 | NPR's Planet Money
Luigi Zingales joins the show’s “Econ Battle Zone” to debate and discuss disinflation, supply chains, and more.
How Fighting Monopoly Can Save Journalism
January 16, 2024 | Washington Monthly
Sandeep Vaheesan’s ProMarket article on Robert Bork was cited in the Washington Monthly.
Record cold could squash Iowa caucus voter turnout
January 12, 2024 | Semafor
A study of elections in India found that extreme conditions, especially those that affect the agricultural productivity of rural voters, can actually increase voter turnout by pushing voters to elect candidates with agricultural backgrounds; researchers wrote for the University of Chicago’s ProMarket publication.
Luigi Zingales, el mercado del trabajo y la IA: “Habrá un montón de descontento”
January 12, 2024 | La Tercera
Zingales is also an enthusiastic speaker and promoter of economic debate, and this is clear with his podcast “Capitalisn't,” which he has co-hosted since 2018 and where, together with journalist Bethany McLean, he interviews and encourages discussions with other academics. and authors. As can be deduced from its clever title, “Capitalisn't” is, by its very definition, a podcast about what capitalism is and is not.
Introducing AFRICA FINANCE TODAY
January 9, 2024 | Africa Finance Today
This idea has always been on the back of my mind ever since I became a reporter. Still, the turning point of this tiny but ambitious project was last year when I received a study fellowship from the Stigler Centre for the Study of the State and the Economy at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.
The Great Scramble
January 8, 2024 | The Free Press
Tania Diaz Bazan’s ProMarket article on wealthier donors preferring Hillary Clinton was cited in The Free Press.
Why Grocery And Pharmacy Workers Oppose The Kroger/Albertsons Merger
January 4, 2024 | Forbes
Claire Kelloway’s ProMarket article on the Kroger/Albertson’s merger cited in a piece on why pharmacy/grocery workers oppose the merger.