Brent Neiman conducts research on international macroeconomics and trade and is the Director of the International Economics Initiative at the Becker Friedman Institute. He is a Research Associate in the International Finance and Macroeconomics and the International Trade and Investment groups at the National Bureau of Economic Research and serves as an Associate Editor of The American Economic Review, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, and The Journal of International Economics. He previously served as the staff economist for...
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- Mar 13, 2018Becker Applied Economics Workshop – Spring 2018
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- Apr 22, 2021Work From Home to Lift Productivity by 5% in Post-Pandemic U.S.
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- Feb 5, 2021Covid-19 caused a recession. So why did the housing market boom?
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- Jun 7, 2020From tragedy to opportunity: We could live better when today’s mayhem ends
- Jun 1, 2020The Great Unequalizer
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- May 20, 2020San Francisco Area Roads Busier, Still Far Below Normal as Stay Home Orders Remain
- May 19, 2020The case for restarting the health care industry | Opinion
- May 15, 2020In This Election, It’s the Remote Against the Exposed
- May 8, 2020A Bleak Landscape for Lowest Paid Workers
- May 3, 2020This chart shows just how many jobs can be done from home in other countries
- May 2, 2020How will COVID-19 change the way we work?
- Apr 30, 2020Rebuilding better after Covid-19, part 1
- Apr 29, 2020Much of U.S. economy still plugging along despite coronavirus pain
- Apr 24, 2020Only 37 percent of US jobs can be done at home
- Apr 22, 2020This is who is most at risk of losing a job due to COVID-19 lockdown
- Apr 16, 2020How Deep Will Downturns in Rich Countries Be?
- Apr 15, 2020With Economy in Upheaval, Graduating College Seniors’ Hopes for Future Dashed: ‘I’m Losing a Lot’
- Apr 15, 2020The Lucky Stay-at-Home 37%
- Apr 14, 2020How The Coronavirus Punishes Many Older Workers
- Apr 14, 2020This is the End of the Office as We Know It
- Apr 13, 2020New Research Pinpoints the Share of US Jobs That Can Be Done From Home
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- Apr 9, 202037% Of Jobs Can Be Done From Home, According To A New Economic Analysis
- Apr 7, 2020Only 34% Of People Can Work From Home In US Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
- Apr 6, 2020How Many Jobs Can Be Done From Home? Researchers Say A Lot
- Apr 6, 2020Just 34% of Americans Can Work From Home
- Apr 3, 2020Coronavirus Pandemic Deepens Labor Divide Between Online, Offline Workers
- Apr 1, 2020Coronavirus Could Lead To The Highest Unemployment Levels Since The Great Depression
- Mar 30, 2020With Much Of U.S. Staying at Home, How Many Jobs Can Be Done Remotely?
- Mar 29, 2020March Jobs Report Unlikely to Show Full Impact of the Coronavirus Crisis
- Feb 20, 2020Cash Sloshes Around The World In Unexpected Ways
- Feb 5, 2020Professor Brent Neiman Wins 2020 Award for Economics in Central Banking
- Jan 6, 2020American Consumers, Not China, Are Paying for Trump’s Tariffs
- Dec 13, 2019Brands are Finding It Harder to Cater to the Demand for Niche Products
- Oct 16, 2019Trump’s China Deal Leaves the Global Economy as Uncertain as Ever
- Oct 11, 2019Opinion: Why the U.S. Dollar will Continue to Reign Supreme
- Aug 12, 2019Trump Still Doesn’t Know Who Pays Tariffs
- Aug 11, 2019Today’s Contrarian Ketchup Consumers
- Aug 7, 2019New Study Confirms That Trump’s Claim About China Paying For Cost Of U.S. Tariffs Is Untrue
- Aug 6, 2019The Rise of Niche Consumption
- Jun 26, 2019Why the US-China Tariff Standoff Hurts American Companies More
- Jul 5, 2018Research from Booth’s Brent Neiman, Director of BFI’s International Economics Initiative, and co-authors, cited in discussion of “Trade Wars, Dollar Dominance And What It Means For Global Investing”
- Jun 29, 2018AQR Insight Award granted to “International Currencies and Capital Allocation,” a BFI Working Paper by Booth’s Brent Neiman, Director of BFI’s International Economics Initiative
- Jun 12, 2018Booth’s Austan Goolsbee and Brent Neiman, Director of BFI’s International Economics Initiative, explain how e-commerce affects inflation
- Jun 5, 2018Research from Booth’s Brent Neiman, Director of BFI’s International Economics Initiative, and co-authors, cited in discussion of the dollar’s dominance as international currency
- May 9, 2018Research from Booth’s Brent Neiman, BFI Director of the International Economics Initiative, cited in discussion of the dollar’s clout and rising value in global trade
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