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Eswar Prasad, SAP

“Squeezing P2P lenders and the shadow banking sector does constrain lending to the private sector,” says Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and...

Valerie Hans, Law

“However, the substantial size of the settlement might give people — including jurors, if they hear about it — a sense that the Floyd family has been...

Garrick Blalock, SEAP

Garrick Blalock, associate professor of applied economics and policy, co-writes this opinion piece about how it is statistically safer to fly in a...

Sital Kalantry, South Asia Program

“What we learn from experience today is that a lot of surrogates are white and tend to be lower middle class,” says Sital Kalantry, clinical professor...

Barry Strauss, PACS

Barry Strauss, professor of history and classics, says, “There’s a lot of fake news about Caligula… But we can’t trust the myths.” 

Kaushik Basu, SAP

This opinion piece references an opinion piece written by Kaushik Basu, professor of economics, and a colleague about the new farm laws in India. 

Germany to Germany: New Perspectives on Post-War, Post-Unification and...

This panel brought together scholars who provided new perspectives on the material and moral reparations of the postcolonial, post-Nazi and...
Thomas Nolan is a recent Cornell graduate who studied government and near eastern studies. He is currently working on a master's degree at Oxford...

Condemns Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

Einaudi stands with our Asian and Asian American colleagues and students. Read the statement to find out how to report campus incidents of bias.

Visit to learn more about GETSEA

The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies has launched a new website, containing details about the consortium and...