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Peter Iglinski

Peter Iglinski is the press officer for science and public media. He covers biology, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and earth & environmental sciences.

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Fed meeting likely to bring rate cut and dissent, says Rochester economist

Fed meeting likely to bring rate cut and dissent, says Rochester economist

September 17, 2019

President Donald Trump is calling on the Federal Reserve to zero out interest rates—or adopt a negative rate—at its meeting this week. But Narayana Kocherlakota says that won’t happen.

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Jumpy stock market hides economy’s positives

Jumpy stock market hides economy’s positives

August 29, 2019

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been on a wild ride in August, but University of Rochester economist Narayana Kocherlakota thinks that talk of a possible recession in the US is premature.

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Charter schools are not all equal

Charter schools are not all equal

August 6, 2019

Rochester economist John Singleton’s research could help educational policymakers to craft guidelines and practices for charter schools that are in the best interests of all students.

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Expect the Fed to begin lowering interest rates

Expect the Fed to begin lowering interest rates

July 25, 2019

Next week’s meeting of the Federal Reserve will likely mark the beginning of a prolonged period of lower interest rates, says Narayana Kocherlakota, professor of economics and a former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

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How Rochester business majors help area businesses grow

How Rochester business majors help area businesses grow

June 11, 2019

Area businesses regularly tap into the research skills of Rochester business majors in Vincent Hope’s Marketing Projects course in order to help address the real-world marketing issues facing their companies.

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Nobel laureate Paul Romer to deliver Gilbert Lecture

Nobel laureate Paul Romer to deliver Gilbert Lecture

April 22, 2019

Nobel laureate Paul Romer, a former assistant professor of economics, returns to campus to discuss how “economics can offer better answers to the most important questions facing humanity.”

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Kathryn Mariner wins Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for her work on social inequality

Kathryn Mariner wins Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for her work on social inequality

April 19, 2019

Kathryn Mariner, an assistant professor of anthropology and visual and cultural studies, is one of 32 faculty members in the United States named as new Career Enhancement Fellows.

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Crisis at the border? Anthropologist looks at Central American migration

Crisis at the border? Anthropologist looks at Central American migration

April 4, 2019

Professor and author Daniel Reichman gives an overview of the last 40 years of Central American migration to the United States, and describes a system that is far more complicated than what’s often presented in the news.

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You were an Amazon HQ2 finalist but didn’t make the cut? You still may benefit

You were an Amazon HQ2 finalist but didn’t make the cut? You still may benefit

January 10, 2019

Research from the Simon Business School suggests that start-up and entrepreneurial activity increased in the 20 cities considered as locations for Amazon’s second headquarters.

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Has Apple lost its sweet spot?

Has Apple lost its sweet spot?

January 9, 2019

For the first time in more than 15 years, Apple issued a reduction in its quarterly revenue forecast this December. Simon Business School professor Abraham Seidmann believes the market has overreacted.

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