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“Equitable Growth in Conversation” is a recurring series where we talk with economists and other social scientists to help us better understand whether and how economic inequality affects economic growth […]
American automobiles today are nothing like the first horseless carriages to roll off the first assembly lines in and around Detroit. Yet the essential features remain—engines and driveshafts, pistons and brakes, chassis and steering wheels....
In this closing essay for our "History of Technology" series, Gorman hazards some thoughts about how newly emerging technologies today may play out in our social and natural systems, examining in particular how new educational...
This paper argues that the erosion of the U.S. corporate income tax base is a large policy problem. Profit shifting by U.S. multinational corporations is reducing U.S. government tax revenues by more than $100 billion...
While women in young families have increased their work hours as much as women in working-age families, young families have seen much smaller growth in women’s wages compared to working-age families.
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Get the data we used to create the interactive graphics accompanying the report, "The benefits and costs of investing in early childhood education." All data is available at the state level.
Research is increasingly demonstrating that investments in education provide significant benefits to children, families, and society as a whole, accelerating economic growth and promoting opportunity over time. This study describes and analyzes the benefits and...
This new study addresses a key challenge confronting the United States—how to promote both widely shared and faster economic growth. It does so by analyzing and describing the effects of […]
Michael Woodford: Quantitative Easing and Financial Stability Matt Levine: People Are Worried About Unicorns Alan Shipman: Iceland’s Economy Miracle Should Reads: J. Bradford DeLong (January 17, 2014): “Beer Goggles”, Forward […]
Must-Read: The extremely sharp Michael Woodford makes the obvious point about quantitative easing and financial stability: by increasing the supply and thus reducing the premium on safe liquid assets, it […]
Must-Read: Matt Levine: People Are Worried About Unicorns: “There was a time when my big question about the Theranos story was… …is it a revolutionary company with a great technology that is […]
Must-Read: Alan Shipman: Iceland’s Economy Miracle: “The country that suffered proportionally the world’s biggest financial collapse in 2008 is now set to boom again… …Its overgrown banks were one of […]