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NBER in the news - 2017

Date Source Headline Working Paper
4/19/2017 Pacific Standard Trump Takes Aim at the H-1B Visa Program w23153 or summary
4/18/2017 CNS News US Economic Growth May Be Stronger Than We Think w23221
4/18/2017 Market Watch These 10 skills you need to earn higher wages may surprise you w23328
4/13/2017 The New York Times Social Media Is Not Contributing Significantly to Political Polarization, Paper Says w23258
4/11/2017 The Wall Street Journal Should Medicaid Be Converted to a Block-Grant Program? w21308 or summary
4/10/2017 South China Morning Post How Chinese student boom has kept US public universities afloat, and why Trump’s America First stance might affect that w22981
4/6/2017 Bloomberg Perfectly Nice Policies, With Less-Nice Side Effects w23174
4/5/2017 Bloomberg Jamie Dimon Forgot to Mention Mergers Are Part of the Problem w21181 or summary
4/4/2017 Los Angeles Times Pay gap between men and women in California is nearly $79 billion a year w21913
4/4/2017 The Columbus Dispatch The E-Team: Researchers say Pre-K kids get earlier notice of health problems w23297
3/31/2017 The Washington Post Trump to target trade abuses with executive orders w21906 & w23285
3/30/2017 The Washington Post We’re so unprepared for the robot apocalypse w21906 & w23285
3/30/2017 Bloomberg U.S. College Grads See Slim-to-Nothing Wage Gains Since Recession w22935
3/30/2017 Fortune Give Mnuchin a Break w23285
3/29/2017 The New York Times Is Obamacare a Lifesaver? w23269
3/29/2017 The New York Times Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs w23285
3/29/2017 Market Watch This kills men's self-esteem at work w23264
3/29/2017 Vox Study: social media bubbles might not be making us more polarized after all w23258
3/28/2017 The Christian Science Monitor Why a 94-year-old McDonald's employee is celebrating 44 years on the job w22607
3/27/2017 Inside Higher Ed Hometown Connections and Chinese Favoritism w23130
3/27/2017 US News & World Rport Robots Have Been Taking American Jobs w23285
3/22/2017 The Washington Post It’s not the internet’s fault you’re a jerk about politics w23258
3/21/2017 Barron's Women Punished Harder for Misconduct w23242
3/21/2017 Market Watch The unlikely tool that helps the poor save... w23252
3/21/2017 The Atlantic How Universal Child Care Affects Boys vs. Girls w21571 & w23259
3/17/2017 The Atlantic Sesame Street Isn’t Just for Affluent Kids w21229
3/15/2017 Money 5 Surprising Industries Vulnerable to Trump's Deportation Plan w22834
3/14/2017 US News & World Report Reagan's Chief Economist The U.S. Is Already Great w23221
3/14/2017 Market Watch The earnings of undocumented immigrants soared during the Obama years w23236
3/9/2017 The Washington Post Trade with China might have ruined your love life w23173
3/7/2017 Chicago Business What Trump's immigration policies could cost Chicago w22834
3/7/2017 The Atlantic How To Get Detroit Back On Its Feet w23146
2/28/2017 The Washington Post Attorney General Sessions wants to know the science on marijuana and opioids w21345
2/28/2017 The Seattle Times Men at work: a marked decline in the economy w23173
2/28/2017 Daily Mail Are Chinese imports making it harder for American men to get married? w23173
2/27/2017 Vox If we want to save people from opioid overdoses, a new study shows naloxone works w23171
2/27/2017 U.S. News Opioid Deaths Rise With Unemployment w23192
2/25/2017 The Economist Why taxing robots is not a good idea w23108
2/24/2017 Fox News Trump's Jobs Plan Could Lead to Marriage Boom w23173
2/22/2017 Bloomberg Trump Deportation Threats to Constrict Already-Tight Job Market w22834
2/20/2017 Star Tribune Could mandatory database curb opioid abuse? w23148
2/17/2017 News India Times H-1B visa workers from 1994-2001 helped US innovation: NBER research paper w23153 or summary
2/16/2017 The Economist A new paper finds China more unequal than France but less so than America w23119
2/15/2017 Fortune Why H-1B Visas Aren't So Great for Silicon Valley Workers w23153 or summary
2/15/2017 Slate Obamacare Saved Marriages From "Medical Divorce" w23139
2/14/2017 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Vouchers kept Milwaukee Catholic parishes open, but at a cost to religious activity w23159
2/14/2017 Bloomberg How High-Skilled Immigrants May Hurt Workers and Help Consumers w23153 or summary
2/13/2017 CBS News U.S. vs. China: Whose income inequality is worse? w23119
2/11/2017 The New York Times More Women in Their 60s and 70s Are Having 'Way Too Much Fun' to Retire w22606 & w22607 & w22913
2/11/2017 The New York Times More Women in Their 60s and 70s Are Having 'Way Too Much Fun' to Retire w22606 & w22607 & w22913
2/7/2017 The Atlantic One Reason Workers Are Struggling Are Cities Too Small or Too Big? w22823
2/6/2017 Inside Higher Ed New Study on Immigrants and America Innovation w23137 or summary
2/6/2017 Market Watch Why low-income borrowers should avoid for-profit colleges w23118
2/6/2017 Fortune These Economists Just Proved Why Donald Trump's Wall Won't Help U.S. Workers w22792
2/5/2017 The Wall Street Journal It'll Take More Than a Band-Aid to Fix Medicaid w21031 or summary & w21308 or summary
2/3/2017 Bloomberg 'Superstar' Companies Are Eating Into Workers' Wealth w23108
2/2/2017 Harvard Kennedy School: Journalists Resource Middle school vaccine mandate cut whooping cough 53% w23107
2/1/2017 Bloomberg It's Getting Harder to Keep the Barbarians at the Gate—and It's This Guy's Job w22707
2/1/2017 The Atlantic One Reason Workers Are Struggling Even When Companies Are Doing Well w23108
1/31/2017 Latinos Health Age Cap Boosts Pregnant Teens Using e-Cigarettes w22792
1/31/2017 The Wall Street Journal How Kids Displaced Dads as Rulers of the Household w23087
1/31/2017 The Atlantic How Trump Threatens America's Talent Edge w22926
1/30/2017 Newsweek Trump's Immigration Order Is a Major Blow to American Universities w22623 or summary
1/30/2017 The Wall Street Journal Why Your Business Should Ditch Cash w19996
1/24/2017 The Wall Street Journal Why Young Women Play Down Their Career Goals Around Men w23043
1/24/2017 The Wall Street Journal A Challenge to the 'Secular Stagnation' Theory w23077
1/23/2017 The New York Times Blame Technology, Not Longer Life Spans, for Health Spending Increases w22306 or summary
1/23/2017 The Washington Post Why you'll never live up to your older sibling's accomplishments w19542 & w23038
1/23/2017 Bloomberg The U.K.'s Threat to Weaponize Tax Is No Bluff w20753
1/22/2017 Forbes Power Markets Are Better For Consumers Than Traditional Alernative w23053 or summary
1/20/2017 Houston Chronicle How we should judge Trump's economic performance w20324
1/16/2017 PBS Newshour Do ride-sharing apps discriminate against black customers? w22776 or summary
1/16/2017 The Washington Post Why these economists say the usual explanation for the financial crisis is wrong w22985
1/14/2017 Detroit Free Press Can school vouchers give kids a shot at a better education? w21523
1/13/2017 PBS Newshour Do organizations raise more money by offering small gifts to potential donors? w22867 or summary
1/13/2017 The Washington Post Is a college degree the new high school diploma? Here's why your degree's worth is stagnant. w22935
1/12/2017 Scientific American Trump's Climate Team Accept Any "Social Cost of Carbon"? w22795
1/11/2017 The Daily Caller How One Pain Pill Sparked A Three-Fold Increase In Heroin Deaths w23031
1/10/2017 The Washington Post How an ‘abuse-deterrent’ drug created the heroin epidemic w23031
1/6/2017 Australian Finanicial Review In the US Earnings Mobility Is Falling and Income Inequality Is Rising w22910
1/6/2017 The Washington Post Minimum wage: a sonnet w12663
1/4/2017 Education Week Discrimination in Gifted Education Must End w21519 or summary & w22981
1/4/2017 The Christian Science Monitor Why are Chicago homeowners leaving money on the table? w18514
1/3/2017 Inside Higher Ed State Shortfalls and Foreign Students w22981 or summary
 
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