2013 World Health Organization report and a survey of U.S.-related data that shed light on the continuing problems of motor vehicle accidents and related policy dynamics.
2013 study in the New England Journal of Medicine calculating that the total cost of dementia for America was as high as $215 billion in 2010.
2013 study from Northeastern and Bentley University showing the underlying factors that influence how CEO pay is determined and how it affects workers.
2013 study in American Political Science Review on the association between increased cell phone availability and usage and the capacity for violent conflict.
2013 report from Harvard Business School examining findings from industry and the general public regarding the overall mood toward America’s ability to compete economically.
2013 study in Environmental and Resource Economics on firms with a reputation for corporate social responsibility, the wage levels they pay and the role of gender.
2013 study from Columbia University demonstrating the importance of parole boards and their effectiveness in reducing recidivism.
2013 research review on U.S. workplace violence. Data sources include the National Crime Victimization Survey and the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
2013 study in Socio-Economic Review assessing looking at distinctions among Asian countries in terms of technological development and economics.
2013 paper in the World Bank Research Observer that estimates, under an optimistic scenario, a billion people could be lifted out of extreme poverty by 2027.