NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

NBER in the News

Date Source Headline Working Paper
01/04/2017 The Christian Science Monitor Why are Chicago homeowners leaving money on the table?

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01/04/2017 Education Week Discrimination in Gifted Education Must End

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01/03/2017 Inside Higher Ed State Shortfalls and Foreign Students

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12/31/2016 The Sydney Morning Herald Two centuries of economic development courtesy of the Industrial Revolution

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12/30/2016 The New York Times Why Aren't There More Female Billionaires?

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12/30/2016 The Washington Post The best work on political economy in 2016

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12/28/2016 The Washington Post Uber, Lyft respond to Sen. Al Franken's discrimination concerns

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12/28/2016 Market Watch Public colleges are luring international students to cope with state budget cuts

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12/28/2016 USA Today Don't be 'anchored' when your credit card bill arrives

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12/23/2016 Forbes Middle Class Retirement Accounts at Record Levels. Low-Income Households Still Saving Little

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12/23/2016 Bloomberg Ignoring Climate Change Just Got More Expensive

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12/21/2016 USA Today Who do you invest with for big returns: A rich manager or a poor one?

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12/20/2016 Market Watch Big pharma won't stop raising prices in 2017 - it'll just do it smarter

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12/20/2016 Inside Higher Ed The Stagnant Wage Premium

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12/19/2016 PBS Newshour Why fund managers from poor families achieve better results

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12/14/2016 The Washington Post Giving children computers basically does the opposite of what you expect

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12/14/2016 Houston Chronicle When your house is a trap

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12/13/2016 Reporting Texas Analysts: Trump Immigration Policies Could Spell Trouble for the Texas Economy

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12/12/2016 The New York Times It Turns Out Spending More Probably Does Improve Education

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12/09/2016 The Wall Street Journal There's one big thing that can help poor kids get jobs 50 years later

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12/08/2016 Retirement Income Journal Did your active fund underperform? Maybe a rich kid manages it

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12/08/2016 Fortune Here's Why Donald Trump Is Right About China

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12/07/2016 The New York Post If you're not born filthy rich, you probably never will be

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12/07/2016 The Washington Post What Ben Carson gets wrong about segregation in America

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12/06/2016 The Wall Street Journal Competition From Chinese Imports Weakened U.S. Innovation

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11/30/2016 Bloomberg How to Boost Your Social Security Check by 85 Percent

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11/30/2016 Fortune Here's Why the Next Apple Might Not Be a Public Company

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11/25/2016 India Today Black-white earnings gap returns to 1950 levels in US

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11/23/2016 Chicago Tribune Many still making this bad credit card move

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11/23/2016 The Washington Post Researchers have found a troubling new cause of death for middle-aged white Americans

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11/23/2016 The Wall Street Journal Does Poor Air Quality Hurt Stock-Market Returns?

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11/17/2016 Market Watch Want to learn a trade? A public college may be your best bet

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11/16/2016 My Journal Courier Commentary: School achievement drives economy

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11/14/2016 The Washington Post The potentially severe consequences of Trump's deportation plans

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11/14/2016 Houston Chronicle Here's just how much Trump's deportation plan could hurt GDP

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11/11/2016 The New York Times The Persistence of the Minimum Paymenty

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11/10/2016 Bloomberg China's Sky-High Home Prices Sustainable, Harvard Scholars Say

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11/04/2016 CBS News How retirement hurts living standards for boomers

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11/02/2016 The Denver Post Americans are spending more on health care ... for their pets

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11/01/2016 The Washington Post Your Uber driver is twice as likely to cancel if you're black

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10/31/2016 The Boston Globe Study finds racial discrimination by Uber drivers

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10/27/2016 Market Watch Here's what happens when someone is forced to retire because they're 'old'

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10/26/2016 The Wall Street Journal What the China Trade Warriors Get Wrong

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10/25/2016 Inside Higher Ed Impact and Nonimpact of Online Competition

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10/24/2016 The Christian Science Monitor From US to Europe, the face of employment is changing

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10/24/2016 Ottawa Citizen To make Canada grow, steal even more brains from abroad

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10/22/2016 Huffington Post India If You Are A Highly Skilled Migrant, Don't Worry About Theresa May Or Donald Trump

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10/23/2016 The Wall Street Journal Sputtering Startups Weigh on U.S. Economic Growth

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10/20/2016 Consumer Affairs Drug coupons steer consumers away from cheaper generic drugs

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10/16/2016 The Sydney Morning Herald What workers will pay not to work weekends

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10/16/2016 The Los Angeles Times Job hopping can be a good strategy for young workers

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10/14/2016 The Washington Post Researchers have debunked one of our most basic assumptions about how the world works

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10/14/2016 Politico America's innovation crisis

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10/12/2016 The New Indian Express Why boycott calls against India's largest trade partner China will fail

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10/12/2016 The Washington Post The remarkable thing that happens to poor kids when you help their parents with rent

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10/11/2016 Market Place How much is a worker-friendly schedule worth?

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10/07/2016 New York (magazine) New Study Finds the American Dream Is Even More Dead Than You Thought

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10/07/2016 Bloomberg Would You Take an 8% Pay Cut to Work From Home?

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10/06/2016 The New York Times The Two Faces of Freelancing

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10/04/2016 Smithsonian Botswana Unexpectedly Reverses Course on Ivory Trade

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10/04/2016 Science Daily Low lead levels in children negatively affect test scores

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09/28/2016 The New York Times More Wealth, More Jobs, but Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade

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09/27/2016 CBS News What your dog's vet bill says about America's health care system

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09/26/2016 The New York Times It's Easy for Obamacare Critics to Overlook the Merits of Medicaid Expansion

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09/25/2016 Consumer Reports 4 Mistakes to Avoid During Open Enrollment

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09/23/2016 Fortune Here's Why Donald Trump Is More Right About Immigration Than You Think

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09/23/2016 CBC News Elephant ivory trade under scrutiny at upcoming wildlife conference

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09/23/2016 PBS News Hour Air pollution takes its toll on productivity even for those with desk jobs

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09/23/2016 Market Watch Opinion: How to make more money in the stock market: Put away your computer

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09/23/2016 The Wall Street Journal The Risks of Giving Lawmakers a Raise

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09/21/2016 Pacific Standard Make America Great Again—Invest in High-Skilled Immigrants

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09/20/2016 The Chronicle of Higher Education Few Recent Graduates Were Actually Forced to Work as Baristas

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09/20/2016 Reuters Ivory trade debate resurfaces as southern Africa's elephants thrive

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09/19/2016 The Wall Street Journal Student Debt Is Tied to Lower Grades Among College Students

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09/17/2016 The Guardian In Ohio, frackers are drilling. Soon Ineos will be doing the same in Britain

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09/17/2016 The Washington Post Finally, some good news for Obamacare

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09/16/2016 Science Daily Big data gives insight into appeal of services like uber

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09/08/2016 Time How Hiding Criminal Records Hurts Black and Hispanic Men

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09/08/2016 Bloomberg World War II Economy Is a Master Class in How to Fight Climate Change

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09/07/2016 The Washington Post Black defendants suffer when a judge's favorite football team loses

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09/07/2016 Bloomberg Fading College Dream Saps U.S. Economy of Productivity Miracle

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09/06/2016 The Atlantic ITT Tech's Road to Closure

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09/06/2016 Inside Philanthropy What Does This New Study Mean for the Future of Charter School Giving?

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09/07/2016 Inside Higher Ed Study: College Football Upsets Affect Judges' Sentencing

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09/04/2016 The Dallas Morning News Rise of freelancing, moonlighting is changing how Dallas does business

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09/03/2016 The New York Times You're How Old? We'll Be in Touch

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09/02/2016 The Wall Street Journal Appreciating the Big Role of Small Businesses

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09/02/2016 The Washington Post Researchers have found a cheap, easy trick that really helps poor kids learn to read

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08/31/2016 Market Watch How free college can affect you later in life

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08/30/2016 Bloomberg The $8 Trillion Fight Over How to Rid America of Fossil Fuel

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08/30/2016 Strategic Forecasting Metabolizing Japan, the World's Oldest Nation

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08/30/2016 Bloomberg Seriously, Don't Come to Work If You're Sick

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08/24/2016 The Washington Post How emergency rooms treat poorer kids differently

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08/23/2016 The Wall Street Journal Paid Sick Leave Reduces the Flu Rate "Significantly"

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08/23/2016 The Atlantic Would Electing More Women Fix Congress?

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08/21/2016 The Washington Post Are aging and the economic slowdown linked?

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08/19/2016 Bloomberg View Another Reason to Cheer for Local U

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08/15/2016 The New York Times Hesitant to Make That Big Life Change? Permission Granted

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08/11/2016 The Washington Post Turns out wind and solar have a secret friend: Natural gas

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08/09/2016 The Atlantic Considering a Big Change? Go for It, Says Evidence From 20,000 Coin Flips

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08/05/2016 Quartz Companies headed by introverts performed better in a study of thousands of CEOs

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08/04/2016 The Atlantic The Unforeseen Consequences of Banning the Box

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08/03/2016 The Washington Post This country has figured out the only way to save the American Dream

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07/29/2016 Bloomberg Here's a Reason Baby Boomers Will Curb U.S. Growth this Decade

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07/26/2016 Politifact At DNC, Bernie Sanders repeats claim that top one-tenth of 1% owns as much wealth as bottom 90%

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07/26/2016 Fortune Here's How Your Grandma Is Killing the Economy

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07/25/2016 US News and World Report Old People Are Holding the Economy Back

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07/25/2016 The Houston Chronicle Why renewables still need fossil fuels -- for now

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07/25/2016 Foreign Policy The Women on Top Theory

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07/21/2016 The New York Times Pointing a Finger at the Fed in the Lehman Disaster

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07/19/2016 US News & World Report Divided We Stand: Political polarization is worse than ever as Republicans take the stage in Cleveland

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07/19/2016 The Washington Post The clearest proof yet that your job is killing you

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07/18/2016 Here and Now, NPR Study Finds Two Biases That Hurt Americans' Savings

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07/16/2016 The Sydney Morning Herald Austerity is the giant 'natural experiment' that cost a British treasurer his job

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07/13/2016 The Washington Examiner Study highlights what works in public charter schools

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07/13/2016 The Huffington Post 10 Smoke Signals Heralding The End Of Federal Medical Marijuana Prohibition

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07/13/2016 Financial Post William Watson:
We're starting to see the higher-risk consequences of ultra-low interest rates


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07/13/2016 Bloomberg Price of Cleaner Air in China? $213 for Five Years

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07/13/2016 The Wall Street Journal How Much Chinese Are Willing to Pay for Cleaner Air

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07/12/2016 MTV Why it’s so Hard to Measure Racial Bias in Police Shootings

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07/11/2016 The New York Times Surprising New Evidence Shows Bias in Police Use of Force but Not in Shootings

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07/06/2016 Science How scientific culture discourages new ideas

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07/06/2016 PBS NewsHour How 'gambler's fallacy' affects your decision-making

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07/06/2016 The Washington Post A cheap, simple experiment just found a very effective way to slow deforestation

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07/04/2016 The Wall Street Journal Why Everyone Needs a Tax Cut

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07/03/2016 The Washington Post Why so many black, Hispanic and poor kids miss out on gifted education

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06/30/2016 Voice of America Notorious US Study May Still Influence Black Men's Trust in Doctors

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06/30/2016 Business News Daily The Gig Economy's Growing Influence on the American Workforce

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06/30/2016 The Washington Post A simple but controversial law that can make babies healthier

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06/30/2016 Twin Cities Public Television 5 Tips to Help Women Work Longer

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06/28/2016 Forbes Yet Another Way The ACA Pays Providers To Restrict Access To Healthcare

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06/28/2016 PBS Newshour Working parents have two jobs - and both are important to the economy

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06/27/2016 Market Place What are the true costs of Medicaid?

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06/27/2016 Forbes Which Management Practices Are Most Beneficial To Firm Performance?

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06/27/2016 The Huffington Post Inside The Chicago Program That Is Slashing Youth Crime Rates

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06/25/2016 StarTribune Study finds misbehaving brokers stick around

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06/25/2016 The Economist Re-educating Rita

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06/25/2016 The New York Times Gov. Christie's Toxic School Plan

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06/22/2016 The Washington Post Virgin Atlantic just used behavioral science to 'nudge'
its pilots into using less fuel. It worked


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06/21/2016 Bankrate Are you a college grad? Here's why they offer you higher-rate credit cards

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06/20/2016 The Atlantic The Tuskegee Study and Black Culture

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06/17/2016 he New York Times Good News Hidden in the Data: Today's Children Are Healthier

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06/17/2016 The Wall Street Journal Want to Pay Less in Your Online Shopping? Search More

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06/17/2016 The New York Times Did Infamous Tuskegee Study Cause Lasting Mistrust of Doctors Among Blacks?

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06/16/2016 STAT Mistrust after Tuskegee Experiments
May Have Taken Years Off Black Men's Lives


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06/16/2016 Bloomberg How to Raise the Retirement Age for People Who Want to Work

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06/15/2016 New York Magazine The Tuskegee Experiment Kept Killing Black People Decades After It Ended

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06/14/2016 The Washington Post The Hidden Toll of Air Pollution on Office Workers

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06/10/2016 Forbes Can Family Caregivers Reduce Hospital Costs?

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06/10/2016 New York Magazine The Obama Administration Is About to Crack Down on Shady For-Profit Colleges — and Possibly Offer Billions in Debt Relief for Students

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06/10/2016 The Los Angeles Times Even if you have health insurance, you may want to pay cash

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06/9/2016 The Street Investors Far Gloomier Than Facts Justify

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06/8/2016 Bloomberg Another Benefit to Being Tall: Increased Productivity

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06/6/2016 PBS Newshour Did a Norwegian law inadvertently cut innovation in universities?

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06/6/2016 USA Today Obstacles facing women of color in tech are steep, and surmountable

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06/6/2016 The Washington Post Few people realize this big risk when they go to the hospital

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06/5/2016 The Wall Street Journal College Loan Glut Worries Policy Makers

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06/2/2016 The National Law Review Obesity Research Opens a Door for Disability Policy

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06/2/2016 The Guardian Chicago residents take action to be rid of lead pipes as fear of toxic water grows

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06/1/2016 New York Magazine Most Students Who Attend For-Profit Colleges Make Less Money After They Leave

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06/1/2016 Bloomberg American Economy Hamstrung by Vanishing Startups, Innovation

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05/31/2016 The Washington Post A popular college investment promised students a career, but didn't pay off

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05/31/2016 Inside Higher Ed Not So Gainfully Employed

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05/31/2016 Market Watch Going to these colleges may decrease your earning potential

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05/28/2016 Forbes 5 Smart Moves To Make In Your 50s If You Want To Keeping Working In Your 60s

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05/26/2016 The Wall Street Journal Laid-Off and Looking for Work? Access to Credit Can Give You a Big Leg

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05/25/2016 Bloomberg Here's What Living Near a Toxic Waste Site Can Do to Kids' Grades

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05/24/2016 Bloomberg The One Time It's OK to Pile Up Credit-Card Debt

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05/23/2016 US News & World Report Children of Children Who Went to Desegregated Schools Reap Benefits, Too

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05/23/2016 Forbes A Little Understanding Motivates Copyright Abusers To Pay Up

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05/18/2016 Barron's Stop Worrying About the Stock Market Crashing!

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05/18/2016 The Huffington Post The Gap Between Black and White Mortality Is Narrowing

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05/17/2016 The Wall Street Journal Women in Elite Jobs Face Stubborn Pay Gap

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05/13/2016 The Nation Why Is Elizabeth Warren Working With a Pro-Trump Republican?

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05/13/2016 The Washington Post Reaching the age when age is a liability - especially for women

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05/11/2016 Pacific Standard Making College Accessible to Low-Income Students Is About More Than Just Tuition

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05/5/2016 The Washington Post The tremendously good news about the young that we've been ignoring

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05/4/2016 Forbes From The Industrial Age To The Information Age: Where Have All The Factories Gone?

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05/3/2016 The Baltimore Sun What a summer job can do for Baltimore's youth

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05/2/2016 US News & World Report Millions of Poor Still Could Have Gotten Coverage Without Obamacare

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04/29/2016 The Christian Science Monitor Teen pregnancies at all-time low. Is peer influence responsible?

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04/28/2016 The New York Times Marijuana and Opioids

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04/27/2016 Bloomberg How Americans Blow $1.7 Trillion in Retirement Savings

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04/27/2016 The New York Times Athletes Chosen in NFL Draft Need to Plan for the Long Game

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04/22/2016 Science Elsewhere in Science: Measuring influence, intellectual property, and more

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04/22/2016 The New Yorker The Nineteenth-Century Idea that Could Keep the U.S. Postal Service Alive

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04/20/2016 The New York Times Obamacare Seems to Be Reducing People's Medical Debt

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04/19/2016 The Wall Street Journal Voters Stung by Chinese Import Competition Turned to Democrats

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04/18/2016 USA Today Voices: If we had parental leave, our sons might still be alive today

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04/18/2016 The Huffington Post How One Mississippi District Made Integration Work

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04/17/2016 The New York Times Discord Grows Among the Parties Over Greek Debt Talks

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04/18/2016 The Guardian Risk in business: does he who dares really win?

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04/15/2016 The Atlantic What Caused the Great Crime Decline in the U.S.?

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04/12/2016 Los Angeles Times The gender pay gap: In California, it adds up to $39 billion

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04/11/2016 Mass Live The real reason women still get paid less

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04/11/2016 The New York Times The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters.

04/9/2016 The Age (Australia) What's cheaper: Buying online or in-store? The answer will surprise you

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04/9/2016 The Economic Times (India) Where Trump and Sanders meet

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04/5/2016 (e) Science News How network effects hurt economies

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04/4/2016 The Economist Why opposing free-trade agreements is a clever campaign strategy

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04/2/2016 Miami Herald Blue collar voters: Trade is killing us

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03/31/2016 The New York Times With 'Gigs' Instead of Jobs, Workers Bear New Burdens

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03/29/2016 Inside Higher Ed Losing Games vs. Losing Students

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03/29/2016 The Wall Street Journal Why Trade Critics Are Getting Traction

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03/28/2016 US News & World Report Pay Wars

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03/27/2016 The San Diego Union-Tribune Read hard evidence on how to improve schools

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03/26/2016 Newsweek How China Wrecked Free Trade

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03/25/2016 PBS Newshour Male veterans face declining wealth and work prospects

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03/23/2016 Houston Chronicle A&M researchers doubt countries can meet Paris climate goals

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03/23/2016 The Economist In death, there is life

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03/23/2016 The Economist Fudge-ocracy

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03/19/2016 The New York Times Carrier Workers See Costs, Not Benefits, of Global Trade

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03/17/2016 The Wall Street Journal Half of U.S. May Endure 'Lost Decade' of Depressed Employment

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03/15/2016 The Washington Post As temperatures soar, new doubts arise about holding warming to 2 degrees C

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03/15/2016 The Washington Post One reason you might be better off driving for Uber than in a taxi

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03/15/2016 Barron's China: The Real Reason U.S. Voters Are Angry?

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03/15/2016 Chicago Tribune Uber winning the efficiency war with traditional taxis: study

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03/14/2016 The Atlantic Per Hour and Per Mile, Uber Drivers May Be More Efficient Than Cabbies

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03/13/2016 San Antonio Express-News The rise in CEO pay, explained

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03/12/2016 The Columbus Dispatch Kasich rolls up endorsements, but how much do they matter?

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03/11/2016 Cleveland.com Solving free-trade conundrum defies stump-speech logic

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03/11/2016 Cleveland.com Solving free-trade conundrum defies stump-speech logic

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03/09/2016 The Atlantic The Trouble With Investing Like Everyone Else

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03/09/2016 The Washington Post Gamblers, judges and baseball umpires constantly make this dumb mistake

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03/09/2016 Forbes Helping Boys Become Men--And Stay Alive In Chicago

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03/08/2016 Maclean's The insane expectations driving the Canadian housing market

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03/08/2016 Harvard Business Review What Makes New Orleans a Startup City to Rival the "Big Three"

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03/04/2016 The New York Times Silicon Valley Has Not Saved Us From a Productivity Slowdown

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03/03/2016 Forbes Black Woman Engineer Launches 'Blind' Job Match App
To Take Bias Out Of Tech Hiring


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03/02/2016 Money Magazine How the State of the Economy Can Cause Drug Abuse to Soar

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03/02/2016 The Daily News Donald Trump wins Republicans' hearts with Democratic ideals

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03/01/2016 Houston Chronicle Consumers need safeguards in high-deductible health plans

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02/25/2016 The Atlantic Why Blacks and Hispanics Have Such Expensive Mortgages

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02/25/2016 Science What makes elite academics move?

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02/24/2016 The Washington Post Researchers have discovered a new and surprising racial bias in the criminal justice system

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02/24/2016 The New York Times Calorie Counts on the Kids' Menu

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02/23/2016 The Atlantic The Immigration-Data Conundrum

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02/22/2016 Education Week Do Segregated Schools Breed Crime Partnerships?

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02/19/2016 PBS Newshour How do gender roles in an immigrant's home country
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02/18/2016 STAT Calorie counts on menus: Do They work?

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02/18/2016 Boulder Weekly Marijuana contra heroin and Oxycodone (not in that order)

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02/17/2016 Quartz Teachers have a lesson for business about how to improve their worst performers

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02/11/2016 The Atlantic What's Really Behind Why Women Earn Less Than Men?

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02/10/2016 Market Watch How much is the government to blame for skyrocketing college tuition?

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02/09/2016 The Atlantic Searching for the Origins of the Racial Wage Disparity In Jim Crow America

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02/08/2016 U.S. News & World Report Does Using High-Stakes Tests to Fire Teachers Improve Student Outcomes?

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02/08/2016 Al Monitor Is this the end of Turkish miracle?

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02/08/2016 The Washington Post Why people cheat

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02/08/2016 New York Magazine The painful rise of high-deductible health insurance

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02/07/2016 The Wall Street Journal Are Too Many Choices Costing 401(k) Holders?

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02/06/2016 The Economist Trade in the balance

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02/01/2016 The Wall Street Journal Which Party Really Benefits From More Immigrants?

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01/29/2016 The Washington Post The striking power of poverty to turn young boys into jobless men

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01/29/2016 New York Magazine Researchers Have Calculated How Much Time We Spend Slacking Off at Work

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01/28/2016 The New York Times So What Would It Mean to ‘Beat China’ on Trade?

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01/25/2016 Fortune Here's Why You're Slacking Off More at Work

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01/25/2016 The Washington Post Sometimes, teacher turnover is a good thing

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01/24/2016 The Atlantic How Immigrants Fit Into America's Economy, Now and 100 Years Ago

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01/19/2016 The New York Times The Debate on Whether America's Best Days Are Past, or Ahead

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01/19/2016 Fortune The More Women Earn, The Sicker They Feel

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01/16/2016 Newsday Blame Washington for skyrocketed college costs

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01/13/2016 The Times of India Kids in large families at risk of behavioural problems

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01/12/2016 DailyMail.com Having lots of siblings means you're 'at greater risk of behavioral problems and falling behind at school'

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01/10/2016 International Business Times Louisiana's Controversial Voucher Program Harms Poor Students, Lowers Grades, New Study Finds

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01/06/2016 The Washington Post One of the biggest fears about Obamacare never happened

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01/05/2016 Market Watch Study finds higher minimum wage hurting youth employment

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01/05/2016 The Atlantic Can Taxes Encourage Better Corporate Behavior?

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01/04/2016 Bloomberg View Why Economists Took So Long to Focus on Inequality

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01/04/2016 Houston Chronicle Reports of rape spike on college football game days, study finds

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01/04/2016 The Washington Post The lingering health effects of the Civil War

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12/31/2015 Forbes‎ As More Venture Capital Targets Middle East, Funding Climbs, But Is Ecosystem Missing A Future Key?

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12/28/2015 Inside Higher Ed‎ College Football, Parties and Rape

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12/27/2015 Winnipeg Free Press‎ Pollution promotes violence, study says Researchers connect vehicle exhaust to crime

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12/24/2015 MarketWatch The secret to a happier, healthier life: Just retire

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12/22/2015 Investors.com Angry About Student Loan Explosion? Blame Federal Government

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12/22/2015 Hartford Courant Congress Should Keep Hands Off Medicare Part D

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12/21/2015 The Washington Post Researchers just discovered a hidden factor that could be driving violent crimes

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12/21/2015 The Washington Post Are scientists blocking their own progress?

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12/18/2015 Forbes The Segregation We Don't Talk About Enough

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12/18/2015 Bloomberg An Immigrant Won't Steal Your Raise

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12/17/2015 MarketWatch The stocking stuffer Warren Buffett would give

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12/16/2015 The Washington Post The start-up slump

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12/16/2015 Fortune This Is the Next Big Threat to the Middle Class

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12/15/2015 The New York Times The Experts Were Wrong About the Best Places for Better and Cheaper Health Care

12/10/2015 The Washington Post Who will be able to afford college in a decade?

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12/10/2015 The Atlantic Can Google Street View Images Predict Household Income?

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12/10/2015 Forbes Age Discrimination Is Also Sexist. Now Will People Pay Attention?

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12/09/2015 The Atlantic Better Schools, Better Economies

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12/08/2015 The Wall Street Journal What Happened to the Breakout Startup?

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12/07/2015 Forbes Why Immigrant Workers Cluster In Particular Industries

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12/02/2015 CBS News Housing assistance for six-figure families

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11/30/2015 FiveThirtyEight Economics Age Discrimination In The Job Market May Hurt Women More

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11/29/2015 The Atlantic Paid Leave for Dads: A Feminist Issue

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11/23/2015 The Huffington Post Here's A New Theory On Why Cities Are Gentrifying At A Dizzying Rate

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11/21/2015 The Washington Post How Obamacare helped millennials chill out

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11/20/2015 The Atlantic Should Computers Decide Who Gets Hired?

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11/17/2015 Bloomberg Machines Are Better Than Humans at Hiring the Best Employees

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11/14/2015 The Huffington Post 5 Things To Do The Minute You Retire

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11/13/2015 NBC News Workers Shoulder Bigger Portion of Health Care Costs, Study Finds

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11/12/2015 Forbes After Budget Deal's Surprise Cuts, Can Boomers Really Count On Social Security?

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11/11/2015 The Australian Financial Review Can Women Compete to Get Good Salaries?

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11/10/2015 The Huffington Post Breaking News: Money Helps the Poor!

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11/10/2015 ozy.com How England's Worst King Spawned Capitalism

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11/06/2015 Deseret News Fracking study: Big benefits for local, state economies

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11/04/2015 The Wall Street Journal Behind Rising Inequality: More Unequal Companies

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11/03/2015 Forbes Discrimination Against Disabled Applicants Sadly 'Not Surprising': NDRN Director

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11/03/2015 The Washington Post Expanding tax credits has done little to help college students

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11/03/2015 Marketplace Global warming doubles as a cold shower

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11/02/2015 The Wall Street Journal Paper Says Fed’s Problem With Shadow Banks, Moral Hazard Is Nothing New

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11/02/2015 Time Inc. Network: Money Why You Should Hold Out for the Right Job, Even If You're Unemployed

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11/02/2015 The Washington Post The growing problem that has serious implications for the poor

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11/02/2015 The New York Times Fake Cover Letters Expose Discrimination Against Disabled

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10/27/2015 Time Inc. Network: Money Spotify Doesn't Make (or Lose) Money for the Music Business. Here's Why That's Actually a Victory

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10/27/2015 The Atlantic Spotify Isn't Killing Record Sales

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10/26/2015 Bloomberg Here's Proof That Age Discrimination Is Widespread in the Job Market

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10/26/2015 The Washington Post Why age discrimination is worse for women

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10/26/2015 BBC Who, What, Why: What is name-blind recruitment?

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10/24/2015 The Sydney Morning Herald How a simple algorithm can catch university cheats

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10/24/2015 The Economist Putting Goldilocks to work

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10/20/2015 The Wall Street Journal Economist Raj Chetty's Proposals on Inequality Draw Interest on Both Sides of the Political Aisle

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10/16/2015 The New York Times Why What You Learned in Preschool Is Crucial at Work?

Deming, Autor, and Heckman
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10/14/2015 The Washington Post Why natural gas is catching up to coal in powering U.S. homes

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10/14/2015 The Chronicle of Higher Education To Stop Exam Cheats, Economists Say, Try Assigning Seats

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10/13/2015 NPR Why Wal-Mart And Other Retail Chains May Not Fix The Food Deserts

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10/13/2015 The Sacramento Bee Benghazi, guns and trade: Fact-checking the 2016 Democrats

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10/08/2015 The Washington Post The remarkable thing that happens to poor kids when you give their parents a little money

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10/07/2015 The Huffington Post Expanding Social Security May Pay for Itself! Higher Benefits May Decrease Alzheimer's and Dementia

Research Study
10/07/2015 The Atlantic Black Workers Really Do Need to Be Twice as Good

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10/07/2015 The Wall Street Journal How Economic Downturns May Be Good for Your Health

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10/06/2015 The Boston Globe A case for taking risks on drugs for the dying

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10/03/2015 The Washington Post The smartest economist you've never heard of

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10/02/2015 The Atlantic Explaining Chinese Restaurants, Korean Dry Cleaning, and Indian Motels

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09/30/2015 The Globe and Mail A study linked rising crime to Quebec's child care program: here's why it's wrong

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09/29/2015 Bloomberg The Young People Who Got Screwed by a Strong Economy

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09/28/2015 PBS Newshour Why are there so few public companies in the U.S.?

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09/28/2015 The Fiscal Times Corporate 'Pass-Throughs' Have Cost the Treasury $100 Billion

Research Study
09/27/2015 Maclean's Magazine How to understand that controversial study of Quebec daycare

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09/27/2015 The Atlantic A Small Boost in Family Income Makes a Big Difference for Kids

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09/26/2015 The Economist But I get up again

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09/24/2015 The Economist All credit to them

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09/24/2015 Bloomberg Wanted: Fed Officials Who Care Less About Bond Market Volatility

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09/24/2015 Newsweek As Wealth Inequality Soars, One City Shows the Way

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09/21/2015 The Globe and Mail Study raises questions about NDP's proposed universal child-care system

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09/21/2015 Inside Higher Ed 'TAs Like Me'

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09/16/2015 The Wall Street Journal Asia's Growing Ranks of Rich Top North America's

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09/11/2015 PBS What economists learned from your eBay haggling

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09/11/2015 The Atlantic Why Do America's Poor Oppose a Redistribution of Wealth?

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09/06/2015 Bloomberg China's Turmoil Could be Just a Blip, If 1960s Japan Is a Guide

Research Study
09/04/2015 The New York Times How Economists Can Be Just as Irrational as the Rest of Us

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09/02/2015 The Washington Post A case that Costco and other warehouse clubs have transformed retail more than Amazon

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09/01/2015 Bloomberg Economics Has a Math Problem

Research
08/31/2015 The Washington Post The economics of secession

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08/27/2015 Investor's Business Daily Democracy Is Top Economic Growth Strategy

Research Study
08/27/2015 Slate A 2011 Paper Totally Predicted What's Happening With China's Economy Now

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08/25/2015 FiveThirtyEight The Best Jobs Now Require You To Be A People Person

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08/23/2015 Vox Hurricane Katrina 10 years later: What we know about victims' health, wealth, and happiness

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08/19/2015 The Economist Trying to count China's jobless

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08/18/2015 CBS News Behind China's slowdown, signs of labor unrest

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08/17/2015 The Economist How governments should help those on the dole

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08/12/2015 The Washington Post You could be leaving money on the table by not switching jobs

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08/10/2015 Harvard Business Review Entrepreneurs, Economic Growth, and the Enlightenment

08/06/2015 Bloomberg Barista Turned Stylist Shows Americans Switching Careers Again

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08/04/2015 Forbes Medicaid Expansion Would Save Money And Create A Healthier Nation

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07/31/2015 The Wall Street Journal Notable & Quotable

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07/30/2015 CBS News Lessons from Sesame Street about preschool education

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07/28/2015 The Latin Post Many Multicultural High School Seniors Bypass Ivy League Education, Prefer to Stay Near Home

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07/28/2015 Bloomberg Why Economists Have Trouble With Bubbles

07/27/2015 The Washington Post Schools are able to hire stronger teachers when economy is weak

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07/27/2015 The Washington Post Gun control? Americans increasingly see more guns as the solution, not the problem.

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07/24/2015 The Washington Post How our workplace environment affects our weekend mood

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07/22/2015 Fortune Here's why weekends could be overrated if you love your boss

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07/21/2015 Bloomberg How Happy Do Weekends Actually Make Us?

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07/18/2015 The Economist Sorry to burst your bubble

Research
07/15/2015 NPR No. 1 With A Bullet Point: To Get Research Cited, Make Sure It's Listed First

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07/14/2015 The Washington Post Here's how data caps really affect your Internet use, according to data

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07/14/2015 The Washington Post How medical marijuana could literally save lives

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07/13/2015 Chicago Tribune Is the American Dream dying?

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07/12/2015 The Guardian China's stock market turbulence is over? Don't count on it

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07/10/2015 Bloomberg Aussies Need to Look Beyond Nose, Cut 49% Tax Rate, Fraser Says

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07/09/2015 Forbes Researchers Find Your Advertising Helps Sell Your Product --And Your Rivals' Products Too

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07/08/2015 The Atlantic The Verdict on Charter Schools?

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07/08/2015 The New York Times Whose Party Is It Anyway?

MIT Research

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07/06/2015 The Wall Street Journal China Stock-Market Investors Pulling Out, Directing Money Into Property

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07/02/2015 The Christian Science Monitor The fastest-rising demographic in American business? Black women.

Research Study
07/02/2015 The Washington Post Is 'Sesame Street' really as good as preschool? Let's ask a Nobel Prize winner.

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07/01/2015 The New York Times The Economy's Missing Metrics

06/30/2015 Bloomberg No-Respect U.S. Recovery May Wind Up Becoming Longest Ever

06/25/2015 U.S. News & World Report From Jobless to Boss

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06/25/2015 CBS News Need to sell something fast? Use "cheap talk"

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06/23/2015 Bloomberg View Why Some Countries Work Less

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July/August issue The Atlantic A World Without Work

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06/17/2015 The Wall Street Journal Should Pharma Returns be Limited if Prices are too High? A Reader Poll

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06/17/2015 Forbes The Risk Adjustment Scoring Scam -- A Medicare (Dis) Advantage

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06/17/2015 U.S. News & World Report Money Lessons From Former NFL Player Phillip Buchanon

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06/15/2015 The Wall Street Journal Maybe Greeks Shouldn't Fear Capital Controls

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06/15/2015 The Telegraph, London Want more inventors? Then try lowering the top rate of tax

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06/10/2015 The Wall Street Journal The Price Women Pay for Not Being Financially Confident

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06/09/2015 Fortune Why don't more Americans want a job?

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06/09/2015 Al Jazeera America Realities of the For-Profit College Experience

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06/08/2015 The Telegraph, London The top 1% are not the super-rich, they are companies

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06/07/2015 The Wall Street Journal 'Boring' Stocks May Be the Smarter Choice

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06/05/2015 The Washington Post The 'stress cost' of the empty nest

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06/04/2015 The Washington Post The Federal Reserve and inequality

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06/03/2015 Forbes Summer Jobs Are An Economic Step Up

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06/02/2015 The Telegraph The quoted company is at risk of becoming an endangered species

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06/02/2015 BloombergView Give Obesity the Tobacco Treatment

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05/29/2015 The Huffington Post Protecting 50 Years of Child Health Progress.

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05/28/2015 The Washington Post The surprising consequence of banning obesity lawsuits.

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05/26/2015 The New York Times When Family-Friendly Policies Backfire

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05/25/2015 The Wall Street Journal Health Costs Hinge on Supreme Court Ruling

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05/22/2015 Forbes Silicon Valley Diversity: Why Innovating With People Is As Important As Innovating With Technology

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05/21/2015 Vox Study: Each new immigrant creates 1.2 new jobs

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05/19/2015 The Washington Post The best indication of what a federal $12 minimum wage could mean for poor places comes from Puerto Rico

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05/19/2015 The Wall Street Journal Early Retirement Withdrawals Could Fuel Risky Behavior, New Paper Says

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05/18/2015 U.S. News & World Report Which Vocational Degrees Pay Off?

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05/17/2015 The South China Morning Post Data holes and short history make Chinese property market a puzzle

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05/17/2015 The South China Morning Post Data holes and short history make Chinese property market a puzzle

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05/17/2015 The Daily Telegraph Bill Shorten's Eau De Miliband should be a real whiff of fear for ALP

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05/13/2015 New Straits Times Foreign workers deserve better

w21123
05/12/2015 The Washington Post Paper finds a surprising link between warm temperatures and math test scores

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05/11/2015 FiveThirtyEight The Advanced Placement Tests, Tuition Increases And The Power Of Lists

05/08/2015 The New York Times Giving the Poor Easy Access to Healthy Food Doesn't Mean They'll Buy It

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05/07/2015 The New York Times Facebook Use Polarizing? Site Begs to Differ

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05/06/2015 The Telegraph The Conservatives believe in prosperity - Labour in a magic money tree

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05/04/2015 The New York Times With Sickest Patients, Cost-Sharing Comes at a Price

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05/04/2015 The New York Times Stand Your Ground Makes No Sense

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05/03/2015 The Washington Post A trade watershed?

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05/01/2015 PBS Newshour Here's how recession may help us live longer

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04/30/2015 The New York Times Richard Suzman, 72, Dies; Researcher Influenced Global Surveys on Aging

04/29/2015 The New York Times The 1990 N.F.L. Draft Class: Some Thrive, but Just as Many Struggle

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04/24/2015 The Wall Street Journal Summer Jobs Program For Poor Youth Saved Lives, Lowered Incarceration

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04/22/2015 Forbes Top 10 Lobbyists Spend $64M on Congress and Agencies in 3 Months

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04/20/2015 The Wall Street Journal Tax Cuts Boost Jobs, Just Not When Targeted at Rich

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04/17/2015 The New York Times Why Americans Don't Want to Soak the Rich

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04/15/2015 The Washington Post White parents in North Carolina are using charter schools to secede from the education system

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04/15/2015 The Wall Street Journal What's Boosting U.S. Manufacturing?
Networked Innovation.


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04/15/2015 Fortune 16% of retired NFL players go bankrupt, a report says

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04/10/2015 The Washington Post Tax credits are a bad way to help families pay for college. Here's why.

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04/9/2015 The Hindu "Preference for sons" could help unlock India's nutrition puzzle

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04/8/2015 The Washington Post These states are terrible at hanging on to their college-bound students

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04/8/2015 The Wall Street Journal Tax Credits Don't Necessarily Boost College Attendance, Research Finds

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04/1/2015 The Atlantic How Community Violence Hurts Students

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04/1/2015 The Washington Post Celebrating the auto bailout’s success

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03/31/2015 The Wall Street Journal How the Vise on U.S. Wages Tightened

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03/28/2015 The Economist Towers of Babel

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03/30/2015 The New York Daily News Getting poor kids into the college club: A crucial challenge, lest we squander America's potential

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03/26/2015 The Washington Post Do snow days hurt student progress? A Harvard professor says no.

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03/25/2015 Bloomberg Editorial: Guess What's Destroying the Middle Class?

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03/25/2015 The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial: New study should guide lawmakers. Yes, school funding matters

20118
03/20/2015 Bloomberg This Time is Different as Romer-Romer Challenge Reinhart-Rogoff

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03/19/2015 The Washington Post Help schools help themselves

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03/12/2015 The Wall Street Journal Changes Afoot in Chinese Stock Market

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03/08/2015 The Wall Street Journal Piketty Corrects the Inequality Crowd

20766
03/08/2015 The Christian Science Monitor Does daylight savings actually save energy?

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02/24/2015 CBS News Are warehouse stores making Americans fat?

20892
02/23/2015 Bloomberg Four Ways Millennials Are Still Scarred From the Recession

20698
02/19/2015 PBS Newshour How closely should you eye your online shopping cart?

20819
02/18/2015 The Washington Post How the Internet may be shifting innovation away from big cities

20921
02/18/2015 Nature Young scientists lead the way on fresh ideas

20920
02/12/2015 The New York Times How Mortgage Fraud Made the Financial Crisis Worse

20947
02/12/2015 The Wall Street Journal It's Hot Days, Not Cold, That Really Chill Labor Productivity

20750
02/11/2015 The Washington Post The sharp and sweeping rise of racial segregation in 20th century America

20934
02/11/2015 PBS Newshour Lessons from Downton Abbey about women and money

20793
02/11/2015 Bloomberg No Industry Experience? The Best Companies Want You

20825
02/9/2015 The Wall Street Journal Thomas Piketty's Focus on the 1% Is a Flawed Measure of Inequality, Paper Says

20766
02/6/2015 The New York Times Falling Marriage Rates Reveal Economic Fault Lines

17824
02/6/2015 The New York Times How Elementary School Teachers' Biases Can Discourage Girls From Math and Science

20909
02/3/2015 The Washington Post Parents are more willing to lie in front of boys than girls

20897
01/30/2015 Bloomberg The Goldilocks Approach to Unemployment

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01/27/2015 The Washington Post A New Study Argues Cutting Unemployment Benefits Created 1.8 Million Jobs

20884
01/26/2015 The Wall Street Journal Behind the CBO's Forecast: Visions of the Third-Longest Expansion in U.S. History

Business Cycles
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20794
01/20/2015 The Washington Post When public schools get more money, students do better

20847
01/16/2015 PBS Newshour Unemployment insurance doesn't just help the unemployed

20353
01/15/2015 The Wall Street Journal The Other Debt Bomb in Public-Employee Benefits

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01/15/2015 Bloomberg Businessweek Can the U.S. Ever Fix Its Messed-Up Maternity Leave System?

17715
01/12/2015 The New York Times How Medicaid for Children Partly Pays for Itself

20835
01/09/2015 The Boston Globe Greece's next crisis

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01/09/2015 CBS News Retail jobs are better than you might think

20313
01/08/2015 The New York Times Study Finds More Reasons to Get and Stay Married

20794
01/08/2015 The Huffington Post Hottest Year on Record, 2014, Brings Economic Opportunity

20750
01/05/2015 Business Week Harvard's Summers and Mankiw Square Off in Debate Over Stagnation

12/29/2014 The Washington Post After the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, a tsunami baby boom

20448
12/24/2014 The Washington Post How solar power and electric cars could make suburban living awesome again

20754
12/23/2014 The New York Times How Losing a Job Can Be Bad for Your Health

20748
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12/20/2014 The New Yorker Four Charts That Defined the World in 2014

12/19/2014 The Atlantic The Cold Medicine Racket

20295
12/18/2014 The New York Times Fueled by Recession, U.S. Wealth Gap Is Widest in Decades, Study Finds

20625
12/17/2014 The New Zealand Herald People don't work as hard on hot days

20750
12/16/2014 Forbes Rouble Rout Means Capital Controls Could Be On The Cards For Russia

11372
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

20313
12/9/2014 The Washington Post Manhattan apartment rents for $500,000 a month

20734
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

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12/2/2014 The Atlantic Why Students Avoid Academic Help

20714
11/26/2014 The Washington Post Diversity is good. Why doesn't everyone agree?

19905
11/23/2014 The Boston Globe Tip: Don't take big tests on high-pollution days!

20640
11/22/2014 The New York Times Companions in Misery

20291
11/21/2014 PBS Newshour Jonathan Gruber: Success of insurance marketplaces hinges on competition

20140
11/20/2014 The The New York Times Social Media Deepens Partisan Divides. But Not Always.

20681
11/18/2014 Fortune What might soothe Europe's economic pain? Cash handouts

10784
11/15/2014 The Economist Trouble with tests

20647
11/14/2014 The New York Times To Help Language Skills of Children, a Study Finds, Text Their Parents With Tips

20659
11/14/2014 PBS Newhour Don't count on corporate gender quotas to break the glass ceiling

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11/14/2014 Business Week The Wrong First Job Can Hurt Your Whole Career

20628
11/10/2014 Washington Post Study: Some aren't signing up for health insurance because their politics get in the way

20655
11/8/2014 The Economist Forget the 1%

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11/3/2014 Wall Street Journal Americans' Obesity, Drug Use Cancels Gains From Less Smoking, Safer Cars

20631
10/28/2014 Washington Post The hidden economics behind strict parenting

20214
10/27/2014 Businessweek Does More Education Lead to Less Religion?

20557
10/26/2014 Washington Post Why elite universities should admit more community college grads

18586
10/25/2014 The Economist The geography of joblessness

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10/22/2014 Washington Post There's a surprisingly strong link between climate change and violence

20598
10/21/2014 Forbes A Boy Named Madison: The SF Giants Ace And The Consequences Of Gendered Baby Names

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10/12/2014 The New York Times A Cure for Hyper-Parenting

20214
10/8/2014 Businessweek Small Business Owners and the Economists Who Hate Them

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10/2/2014 The New York Times Young, Brilliant and Underfunded

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