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2013 study from Northeastern University and Bentley University showing the underlying factors that influence how CEO pay is determined and how it affects workers.
2013 research review relating to various aspects of life and culture for people of Mexican origin residing in the United States. Data, relevant studies.
2012 study from the University of Illinois and Harvard Business School on how higher wages can reduce incidences of theft in the workplace.
2013 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showing that online relationships often produce more long-lasting marriages, compared to couples who met off-line.
2013 study in American Political Science Review showing the association between increased cell phone availability and usage and the capacity for violent conflict.
2013 study in Scientific Reports demonstrating that small amounts of geographical data from cell phones can be used to identify individuals.
2013 collection of recent research on Internet privacy issues.
2013 study in Psychological Science showing how forcing people to confront their own ignorance can moderate their political views.
2013 study from Cornell examining how increased trade with China results in partner countries altering their foreign policy positions in favor of China.
2013 study from Silicon Graphics International (SGI), the University of Illinois, and social media data vendor GNIP on geography and Twitter use.
2013 research review of DNA-related research, with a focus on a 2012 study by City University of New York, University of California-Irvine and Nova Southeastern University on how criminal confessions can taint supporting evidence.
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.
Updated June 2013: A review of scholarly studies that examine Twitter use by politicians, policymakers and the public.
May 2013 collection of interesting nine new studies/reports in the realms of social and news media, global technology and more.
2013 selection of recent research on the effects of climate change on the built environment and how individuals and communities can best adapt.
2012 review of scientific literature on potential health effects of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” to extract natural gas.
2012 study from Columbia and Simon Fraser adding to the growing evidence that immigration and criminality are not linked at the general level, despite political claims to the contrary.
Findings from a variety of studies and reports, and a paper in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, on the impact of tax havens on global financial market competition, as well as the dynamics of tax evasion.
2013 study in Environmental and Resource Economics showing that firms with a reputation for corporate social responsibility often pay their employees lower wages and gender plays a strong role in these dynamics.