In which year of your Ph.D. program are you?
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Do you think you would have benefited more if you were starting your ?
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Please indicate the overall value of this program
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How interesting did you find the covered topics?
To what extent did the program meet your expectations?
Why or why not?
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How strongly would you recommend this program to others?
Why or why not, and to whom?
Did you attend any other summer schools?
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If so, how was the Princeton Initiative different? Based on your experience with this other summer program, please provide suggestions as to how the Princeton Initiative could improve
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For the lectures, do you prefer a thorough exposition of models with a step-by-step approach or a more concise presentation with an overview of the relevant concepts?
How important was the background reading, “Macroeconomics with Financial Frictions: A Survey,” in understanding the lectures during the Princeton Initiative?
How important was the background reading, “Macro, Money and Finance: A Continuous Time Approach,” in understanding the lectures during the Princeton Initiative?
How useful was watching the YouTube video on Markus.Economicus on Money and Banking in preparation for the course?
Are there any topics you wish you were more familiar with before attending the Princeton Initiative? In particular, which lectures would have been more valuable given increased familiarity with these topics? *
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To what extent were you satisfied with the level of discussion among participants at the Princeton Initiative?
Please provide suggestions as to how we can further encourage discussion both at the conference and after the conference is concluded.
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Do you think there was enough time for “networking” with other students?
Can you think of a particular mechanism to encourage networking among students?
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Quality of Classroom Facilities
Comments on Classroom Facilities?
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Quality of Meals
Comments on Meals?
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Quality of Lodging
Comments on Lodging?
Any additional comments on the program?
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Suppose we get rid of cash and consequently monetary policy does not need to worry about the zero lower bound. Do you think in such a world monetary policy can perfectly solve business cycle problems? That is, the zero lower bound is the root of all evil?