2012 study in the journal Demography showing how American parents are spending increasing amounts of resources on their children.
2013 paper for the NBER on the relationship between household income, consumption, house wealth and the stock market.
2010 study from Baylor University and Texas Wesleyan School of Law on the economic consequences involved in enforcing immigration laws.
2012 literature review of research and analysis on taxation theory and practice in the United States, including the Bush tax cuts, progressive taxation, consumption taxes, and taxes on higher-income households.
2012 study for NBER on a better way to measure how banks pose risks to the financial system.
2011 study in Papers in Regional Science on the benefits of having more self-employed people and small businesses in a region.
2012 report from the National Science Foundation putting U.S. research and development and high tech industries in global context.
2012 report from the federal government on the solvency and long-term forecasts of entitlement programs.
2012 metastudy by Pew Research Center on changes in women’s attitudes towards career and family.
2011 paper published in Real Estate Economics on subprime and non-traditional mortgages, home prices and default rates.
2011 paper for NBER on the effects of Chinese imports on American workers.
2011 paper by the National Bureau of Economic Research on college enrollment and completion trends by income and gender.
2012 World Bank report on poverty rates in the developing world.
2012 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the total amount of water utilized by individuals and societies globally.
2012 study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on the relationship between female representation in compensation committees and the presence of female CEOs, and the reduction of gender wage disparities.
2012 projections of the Congressional Budget Office under different policy and fiscal scenarios.
2011 U.S. government report on the ages of Social Security and Disability Insurance applicants over time.