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ExxonMobil sees Rovuma and Golden Pass advantages. Low Carbon Energy Hide. Technology key to meeting Paris Agreement. Electrification and changes to the energy mix, if supported by governments, would mean climate goal is within reach—DNV GL. Majors' capex ignores Paris Agreement risk. Report finds investments will not deliver adequate profits if carbon emissions are limited to a level that keeps global warming 'well below' two degrees.

Majors urged to lead energy transition. Emerging market clean power offers investment option. Capital is being attracted to emerging market renewables and gas-fired power projects to profitably and effectively mitigate climate change. Oil could have a sustainable future. The money spent subsidising renewables would be better used funding research into carbon capture and storage. Markets Hide.

Carbon price drives generating fuel switch. Coal pays for its greater carbon intensity in a rising European CO2 price environment. There's still life in coal. Recent falls in the price of coal were due to increasing supply rather than declining demand. Transformation and sustainability may be the new watchwords. Partner Insight.

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Shrinking optimism over the longer term. Oil price puzzle as sanctions choke Iran exports. Which direction is the price of Brent crude heading following deployment of a US naval and B bomber strike force to the Middle East? The answer is complex. Majors mull power puzzle.

Financial and regulatory challenges are curbing the ambitions of major oil companies' ambitions to invest in the electricity supply sector. Uncertainty reigns in oil markets. Analysts see price drivers both to the upside and to the down. Corporate Hide. BP gets Magnus money back. Enquest pays off first loan issued in innovative North Sea financing deal. The majors' messy divide. Two gassy Europeans, two shale-obsessed Americans and one in between is too simplistic a division. Aramco sends off IPO signals. The company boosts key investor metrics, suggesting it has renewed its appetite for an IPO.

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Pemex strategy fails to convince. Sceptical agencies consider further cuts to their ratings of the company's debt. Petrobras lowers capex budget. Brazilian company re-evaluates spending strategy while focusing on divestment. Events Hide. US LNG export stampede faces challenges. Nonparametric Approaches to Auctions. Susan Athey, Philip A.

Handbook of Econometrics. Susan Athey, Guido Imbens. March , Vol. Collusion and Price Rigidity. Review of Economic Studies. Susan Athey, Scott Stern.

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Monotone Comparative Statics Under Uncertainty. February , Vol. Identification of Standard Auction Models. Susan Athey, Philip Haile. Optimal Collusion with Private Information. July , Vol. Susan Athey, John Roberts. Information and Competition in U. Forest Service Timber Auctions.

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Journal of Political Economy. Investment and Market Dominance. Susan Athey, Armin Schmutzler. Mentoring and Diversity. Industrial Relations Research Association. January 3, , Pages Product and Process Flexibility in an Innovative Environment.

University of Chicago Press, January Imbens , March 24 Hirshberg , Guido W. Imbens , Stefan Wager , February 1 Imbens , December Imbens , August 15 Imbens , Jeffrey Wooldridge , October 9 Tucker , June Imbens , Khashayar Khosravi Imbens , June Imbens , April Imbens , Jeffrey M. Wooldridge , July Grubb , May 6 Experience an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to artificial intelligence and learn how your organization can apply it for strategic advantage.

Learn to generate change, inspire innovation, and instill excellence at this six-week executive program. She tells us about her research "the internet and the news industry", and her relationship with TSE. Video: Professor Susan Athey on the Dangers of Becoming Too Data-Driven Susan Athey, Professor of Economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business, discusses how data-driven organizations still need to exercise intuition and judgement to ensure that short-term results don't override long-term interests.

Member , Program on Computational Social Science. Council, Game Theory Society, In the Media Economist as Engineer. International Monetary Fund , June Tech: economists wanted. Machine Learning and Economics. Fixing Big Data's Blind Spot.

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Forbes India , June 8, Bitcoin: The Past, Present and Future. Bloomberg , April 26, Pizza over privacy? Stanford economist examines a paradox of the digital age.

Stanford News , August 3, Machine Learning for Policy Analysis. The Wonk , June Can business schools prepare students for a year career? Financial Times , September 8, Featured Economist. Designing Online Marketplaces. AdExchanger , April 14, Forbes , January 27, Forbes , September 14, Harvard University , August 26, Susan Athey discusses her research and work on big data. Economists and the Real World. Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond , August The Economics of Bitcoin and Virtual Currency.

Stanford GSB , June 18, Susan Athey explains how Bitcoin works, and why virtual digital currency might change the way consumers and financial institutions do business.

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The Fast Track , June 1, American Banker , May 19, The Harvard Crimson , April 29, Businessweek , April 26, Becker Friedman Institute , April 10, University of Chicago undergraduates heard an array of views on the economic, moral, and political effects of so-called "big data" at a student-organized panel discussion held on April 10, at the Saieh Hall for Economics.

Led by fourth-year students students in the College, the panel featured economists Susan Athey of Stanford University and Hal Varian of the University of California, Berkeley, as well as statistician and machine learning expert Larry Wasserman of Carnegie Mellon University. Huffingtonpost , March 31, Bitcoin Experiment Gives A Glimpse.

Challenges for Women in Economics. Bloomberg , July 27, March 7, December 3, Seven Stanford business professors recommend their favorite books. October 10, May 23, Telling cats from dogs is easy. A Paradox of the Digital Age. August 3, Consumers choose convenience over protection.

March 10, Susan Athey wants to help machine-learning applications look beyond correlation and into root causes. February 25, Economist Susan Athey and venture capitalist Balaji Srinivasan discuss the digital currency. September 20, The Stanford economist explains how troves of digital data will reshape competition.