Alan Krueger

Latest stories

2d
The Washington Times
‘Brexit’ strikes back at the elitesparticipation rate is to further raise the minimum wage. It cites a discredited
‘Brexit’ strikes back at the elites
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
participation rate is to further raise the minimum wage. It cites a discredited 1994 study by economists David Card and Alan Krueger that reached the improbable conclusion that a wage hike will increase hiring by business. This conclusion was... Read more
7d
Tucson Weekly
National Education Policy Center: Class Size and Money Both Matter in Educationfrom teachers than students who have stronger economic and educational support
National Education Policy Center: Class Size and Money Both Matter in Education
Tucson Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
from teachers than students who have stronger economic and educational support systems in their homes and communities. [Alan] Krueger noted, as have many others, that class size reduction most benefits minority and disadvantaged students, and... Read more
8d
Business Standard India
"Economikes": the gatekeepers of Clinton's economic policydaughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a
"Economikes": the gatekeepers of Clinton's economic policy
Business Standard India / Posted 8 days ago
daughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a deep bench of advisers, including economist Alan Krueger, Duke professor Aaron Chatterji and Simon Johnson, a former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund,... Read more
2 related stories
8d
The Economic Times
"Economikes": the gatekeepers of Hillary Clinton's economic policydaughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a
"Economikes": the gatekeepers of Hillary Clinton's economic policy
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
daughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a deep bench of advisers, including economist Alan Krueger, Duke professor Aaron Chatterji and Simon Johnson, a former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund,... Read more
2 related stories
8d
Reuters
'Economikes': the gatekeepers of Clinton’s economic policydaughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a
'Economikes': the gatekeepers of Clinton’s economic policy
Reuters / Posted 8 days ago
daughter of New York Senator Chuck Schumer. The pair helps Clinton draw upon a deep bench of advisers, including economist Alan Krueger, Duke professor Aaron Chatterji and Simon Johnson, a former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund,... Read more
2 related stories
19d
Salon.com
Spotify is making you boring: When algorithms shape music taste, human curiosity losesEd Sheeran became Spotify’s most popular performer when he notched up his three
Spotify is making you boring: When algorithms shape music taste, human curiosity loses
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
Ed Sheeran became Spotify’s most popular performer when he notched up his three billionth stream. The economist Alan Krueger said the shifts in the music industry showed an amplified example of the winner-take-all forces of in the U.S.... Read more
20d
Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Careers and technology: Is any job truly safe?to the panelists, is: How will you and your field adapt to technology? Three e
Careers and technology: Is any job truly safe?
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
to the panelists, is: How will you and your field adapt to technology? Three experts are hopeful, though hardly giddy: Alan Krueger, a Princeton economics professor and former chairman of President Obama�s Council of Economic Advisors; Michael... Read more
23d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Post-recession jobs fall short, distress toilers-- more than 9 million -- created in the United States since 2005, according to
Post-recession jobs fall short, distress toilers
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
-- more than 9 million -- created in the United States since 2005, according to a study this year by Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger of Harvard and Princeton universities. Put it down as another cause of this year's electoral revolt, ammunition... Read more
2 related stories
24d
New York Post
This new ‘gig’ economy isn’t helping anyoneto inspire corporate America to commit to full-time hires. A research piece pu
This new ‘gig’ economy isn’t helping anyone
New York Post / Posted 24 days ago
to inspire corporate America to commit to full-time hires. A research piece published by Lawrence Katz of Harvard and Alan Krueger of Princeton shows that the net number of all new full-time jobs created is smaller than the increase in gig... Read more
25d
iol.co.za
The sad truth about on-demand jobs- more than 9 million - created in the United States since 2005, according to a
The sad truth about on-demand jobs
iol.co.za / Posted 25 days ago
- more than 9 million - created in the United States since 2005, according to a study this year by Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger of Harvard and Princeton universities. Put it down as another cause of this year's electoral revolt, ammunition... Read more
2 related stories
26d
The Morning Call
The dismal science behind today's on-demand jobs— more than 9 million — created in the United States since 2005, according to a
The dismal science behind today's on-demand jobs
The Morning Call / Posted 26 days ago
— more than 9 million — created in the United States since 2005, according to a study this year by Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger of Harvard and Princeton universities. Put it down as another cause of this year's electoral revolt, ammunition... Read more
2 related stories
26d
The Hill
Will America's job creators also 'feel the Bern'?called for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour, which even former fo
Will America's job creators also 'feel the Bern'?
The Hill / Posted 26 days ago
called for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour, which even former former Obama administration economic adviser Alan Krueger wrote in a New York Times op-ed "could well be counterproductive." In fact, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget... Read more
30d
Times of Malta
Higher minimum wages?example, in their path-breaking study of the fast-food industry in New Jersey a
Higher minimum wages?
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
example, in their path-breaking study of the fast-food industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, economists David Card and Alan Krueger found no indication that a rise in the minimum wage reduced employment. On the other hand, economists David... Read more

People in this news