It takes the wisdom and experience of economists, policy makers, and business leaders to craft effective financial policies. The Benjamin H. Griswold III, Class of 1933, Center for Economic Policy Studies is a forum for this expertise, bringing together important figures in academia, government, and industry for frank discussions about crucial financial issues, such as U.S. tax system reform or the 2008 financial crisis. Endowed by Benjamin H. Griswold IV ’62 and his family in honor of his father, the center also sponsors faculty research in areas relating to economic policy and invites experts from the worlds of finance and policy to speak on campus.
“It is fitting that our Center for Economic Policy Studies now carries the Griswold name. The Griswold family has long had a distinguished presence in the world of finance and an equally strong connection to Princeton.”
—President Shirley M. Tilghman