December 2013 study in International Studies Quarterly with a new view on the persistence of American power, supported by new data analysis.
2013 study published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on the growing gap between the revenues that state and local governments receive and their mandatory long-term obligations.
2014 study for the National Bureau of Economic Research that focuses on the effectiveness of government anti-poverty policies since 1967, using the new measure from the U.S. Census Bureau.
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.
2014 report from Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality summarizing recent research to paint a fuller picture of the nation’s economic health.
2013 study in the Annual Review of Financial Economics on the financial ratings agencies, past and ongoing controversies and the state of reform efforts.
Study from the University of California, Berkeley on how different social and economic strata in the United States fared during and after the Great Recession.
2013 study in American Sociological Review that examines cases of white-collar fraud to better understand gender differences in how crimes were perpetrated
2013 study from Northeastern and Bentley University showing the underlying factors that influence how CEO pay is determined and how it affects workers.
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.