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2016 study published in PNAS that examines how false beliefs about the biological differences between black and white people might influence pain assessment and treatment of black patients.
2015 working paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research that assesses how job loss, negative home equity and other types of “financial shock” influence whether homeowners default on mortgages
Linda Greenhouse, who reported on the Supreme Court for three decades for The New York Times, shared her thoughts about the polarization of the nation’s highest court as well as President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland and and the legacy of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Today’s politically divided Supreme Court is anomalous in U.S. history, said Greenhouse, […]
2015 conversation with Juliette Kayyem, a Harvard University lecturer and national leader in homeland security. She offers advice on how journalists can better cover disasters and hold accountable the government agencies that respond to and manage emergency events.
2016 roundup of research that explores the growth in the number of white, Hispanic and Asian students attending the nation’s more than 100 HBCUs, or historically black colleges and universities.
2016 study published in Energy Policy that examines U.S. public opinions of offshore drilling based on 10 national polls, with a focus on the underlying factors that shape opinions.
2016 study in Social Science & Medicine that looks at how people’s experiences with the Department of Motor Vehicles affect their likelihood of becoming organ donors.
2016 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network that examines the types of crime that occurs in areas hit by disasters such as earthquakes, significant fires or hurricanes.
2015 working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research that examines medical spending among elderly Americans, with a focus on the amount of medical expenses for those who are ages 70 to 90.
2016 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network that examines whether more blue-collar workers would seek elected office if legislative salaries were higher.