2014 study the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University looking at housing-related trends in the United States, including construction and demographic change.
2014 study from Harvard Kennedy School and the College Board demonstrating how lower-skill students benefit from attending higher-quality colleges.
2014 study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research tracking the career paths of nearly 5,000 individuals for 12 years after they first entered the job market.
2014 report from the Pew Research Center detailing how the economic divide between college-educated and those without a degree is rising.
2014 study by the Research and Statistics Group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on employment prospects for recent college graduates and historical patterns.
2013 report by the National Council for Research on Women based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and other sources.
2013 study in the Annual Review of Economics on the individual and societal consequences of low levels of financial knowledge and possible solutions.
2013 selection of research that sheds light on many of the challenges women face in Pakistan. Studies look at the role of gender, religion, violence and discrimination.
2013 report by Harvard University on the U.S. housing market, including demographic drivers, homeownership rates, rentals and continuing challenges.
2013 report for National Center for Education Statistics examines the median federal debt burden accrued by students who did not complete their studies.