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Princeton Grad, Gita Gopinath, Returns To Campus, Talks IMF And The “Great Lockdown”

In 2019, Gita Gopinath made history when she became the first woman to serve as Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), one of the most prestigious posts available to academic economists. Originally from India, Gopinath came to the U.S. to complete her studies, which led to her also becoming the first Indian woman to be appointed as a full professor in Harvard University’s economics department…

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Michael Lewis, Big Short Author, Urges Fellow Princeton Grads To Pay Their Good Fortune Forward

After starting off on the bond desk at Salomon Brothers, American author and financial journalist Michael Lewis grew disillusioned and left to write an account of his experiences in the industry. Published in 1989, Liar’s Poker remains one of the most highly regarded chronicles of investment banking and the excesses of an era. Since then, Lewis has found great success as a journalist and bestselling author…

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Publishing Giant, Steve Forbes, Repairs History-Making Ties With Alma Mater Princeton

One of the world’s leading experts on finance, Steve Forbes has carved out a distinguished career as publishing executive, prolific author, and active member in Republican politics. As President and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes, Inc. and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine, Forbes runs the nation’s leading business magazine, with a circulation of more than 900,000…

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