Why Has U.S. Policy Uncertainty Risen Since 1960?
NBER Working Paper No. 19826
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We thank the National Science Foundation, the Sloan Foundation and the Initiative on Global Markets and the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago for financial support, and participants at the American Economic Association meetings in Philadelphia for comments. This paper is a draft for the American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
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I worked for McKinsey and company as a management consultant from 2001-2002. I have not received any funding from them after that time.
I am part of the Toulouse Network for Information Technology, which carries out research on IT and productivity. From this network I receive an annual honorarium, which is funded by Microsoft.
I do occasional consulting on management practices for government and policy agencies, like the Canadian Government, the World Bank, the European Union, the British Government, and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
I produced a report in 2008 for the World Economic Forum on management practices in private equity for which I received an honorarium.
I occasionally am a paid speaker at corporate events at which I discuss among other things management practices and policy uncertainty.
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We are also grateful to the Institute for Advanced Study for financial support.