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NBER in the news - 2014

Date Source Headline Working Paper
12/29/2014 The Washington Post After the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, a tsunami baby boom w20448 or summary
12/24/2014 The Washington Post How solar power and electric cars could make suburban living awesome again w20754
12/23/2014 The New York Times How Losing a Job Can Be Bad for Your Health w19287 & w20748
12/20/2014 The New Yorker Four Charts That Defined the World in 2014 w20295 or summary
12/19/2014 The Atlantic The Cold Medicine Racket w20295 or summary
12/18/2014 The New York Times Fueled by Recession, U.S. Wealth Gap Is Widest in Decades, Study Finds w20625
12/17/2014 The New Zealand Herald People don't work as hard on hot days w20750 or summary
12/16/2014 Forbes Rouble Rout Means Capital Controls Could Be On The Cards For Russia w11372 or summary
12/12/2014 The Economic Times Health restored, India set to begin uphill climb: Prime Minister Narendra Modi
12/12/2014 PBS Newshour Why employees earn more at big-box chains than mom-and-pop shops w20313 or summary
12/9/2014 The Washington Post Manhattan apartment rents for $500,000 a month w20734
12/5/2014 The Wall Street Journal November Jobs Report: Where This Jobs Boom Ranks Among Recoveries
12/4/2014 PBS Newshour NYC Congressman says outdated "broken windows" policing a factor in Eric Garner death w9061 or summary
12/2/2014 The Atlantic Why Students Avoid Academic Help w20714
11/26/2014 The Washington Post Diversity is good. Why doesn't everyone agree? w19905 or summary
11/23/2014 The Boston Globe Tip: Don't take big tests on high-pollution days! w20640
11/22/2014 The New York Times Companions in Misery w20291
11/21/2014 PBS Newshour Jonathan Gruber: Success of insurance marketplaces hinges on competition w20140 or summary
11/20/2014 The The New York Times Social Media Deepens Partisan Divides. But Not Always. w20681
11/18/2014 Fortune What might soothe Europe's economic pain? Cash handouts w10784 or summary
11/15/2014 The Economist Trouble with tests w20647
11/14/2014 Huffington Post Right-To-Carry Gun Laws Linked To Rise In Violent Crimes: Study w18294
11/14/2014 Business Week The Wrong First Job Can Hurt Your Whole Career w20628
11/14/2014 PBS Newhour Don't count on corporate gender quotas to break the glass ceiling w20256 or summary
11/14/2014 The New York Times To Help Language Skills of Children, a Study Finds, Text Their Parents With Tips w20659
11/10/2014 Washington Post Study: Some aren't signing up for health insurance because their politics get in the way w20655
11/8/2014 The Economist Forget the 1% w20625
11/3/2014 Wall Street Journal Americans' Obesity, Drug Use Cancels Gains From Less Smoking, Safer Cars w20631 or summary
10/28/2014 Washington Post The hidden economics behind strict parenting w20214
 
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