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DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
November 06, 2019 The Wall Street Journal If Warren Scraps Private Health Care, Beware the Unintended Consequences Craig Garthwaite
October 28, 2019 Stat News Democrats’ new logic on drug pricing: Developing slightly fewer medicines is OK if it means lower prices Craig Garthwaite
October 28, 2019 Forbes It's Time More Nonprofits Consider M&A Donald Haider
October 25, 2019 The Wall Street Journal When Annuities Are a Better Deal for Women Than Men Benjamin Harris
October 23, 2019 Dr. Klaus Weber joins Northwestern Buffett as Deputy Director Klaus Weber
October 20, 2019 Financial Times Social purpose: how business schools around the world measure up
October 16, 2019 Tea for Teaching Commitment Devices Dean Karlan
October 10, 2019 Healthline How the President’s New Changes to Medicare May Affect Your Healthcare Elena Prager
September 21, 2019 The Hill Facts, data and evidence still matter Benjamin Harris
September 11, 2019 The New York Times What Can a Star Like Cardi B Do for a Politician Like Sanders? Craig Garthwaite
September 10, 2019 The Wall Street Journal The Problem With Bonds in a Portfolio Benjamin Harris
September 05, 2019 Brookings All Medicaid expansions are not created equal: The Geography and targeting of the Affordable Care Act Craig Garthwaite, Matthew J. Notowidigdo
August 28, 2019 The Washington Post Sanders’s flawed statistic: 500,000 medical bankruptcies a year Craig Garthwaite
August 28, 2019 Business Insider Purdue Pharma and its billionaire owners may end up giving billions in OxyContin profits to communities harmed by the opioid crisis Amanda Starc
August 25, 2019 Forbes Is An Aging Population Hurting The U.S. Economy? Benjamin Harris
August 25, 2019 Associated Press Elizabeth Warren’s rise started by looking at the bottom Craig Garthwaite
August 23, 2019 Crain’s Chicago Business Drugmaker sees treatments for rare diseases as key to growth now Craig Garthwaite
August 21, 2019 WGN Former Joe Biden Economist and Northwestern University Professor Ben Harris: “To characterize [trade war] as minor is…an unfair characterization” Benjamin Harris
August 20, 2019 Fortune What Are Negative Interest Rates and Why is Everyone So Worried About Them? Phillip Braun
August 19, 2019 WGN MVPP: Professor Megan Kashner, Director of Social Impact at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Megan Kashner

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