MIT GCFP is making a better world

The MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy is proud to be highlighted by “From Ideas to Inventions: 103 Ways MIT is Making a Better World.” MIT is home to some of the most innovative problem-solvers in the world, across 30 departments as well as in dozens of centers, labs, and programs. We are honored to be singled out for our work:

“Recognizing a need for creative initiatives to address the unique challenges relating to financial policy and regulation, MIT Sloan established the Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP). Director Deborah Lucas, the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Finance, calls the center “the go-to source for non-partisan analyses of financial policies.” GCFP‘s cross-disciplinary research focuses on three areas: government financial institutions, financial regulatory policies, and public risk management, seeking to provide greater transparency and elevate the quality of public policy debate through research, education, and outreach. The center also provides educational outreach through course offerings and by hosting speakers and conferences.”