Professor Janice Eberly

John L. and Helen Kellogg Distinguished Professor of Finance

Comments and Press

Comments in Honor of Nobel Laureate Dale Mortensen, October 2010


Leaders in the Public Sector, August 2010


"Business, The New Liberal Art" BusinessWeek , October 2009


"Guaranteed vs. Direct Lending: the Case of Student Loans, Comments" in Measuring and Managing Federal Financial Risk, Deborah Lucas, editor. University of Chicago Press, 2009


"Don’t Look Now" Kellogg Insight, December 2008


Bloomberg - "Friedman's Chicago Tosses Texts as Crisis Generates Confusion" 10/14/2008


“Once you have a job offer – what next?” AEA Committee on the Status of Women (CSWEP) Newsletter, Fall 2007


Time-varying Risk Premia and the Cost of Capital: An Alternative Implication of the Q Theory of Investment, Comment, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 2001


The Stock Market and Investment in the New Economy: Some Tangible Facts and Intangible Fictions, Comments, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2000:1, pp. 109-114


On Irreversibility and Aggregate Investment: Comment, 1993 Macroeconomics Annual, National Bureau of Economic Research, pp. 303-312