Evidence from a randomized control trial indicates that when you introduce a question about citizenship on a United States Census form, respondents answer a smaller percentage of the questions.
Estimates put the the economic cost of sexual violence in the United States in the trillions of dollars.
Miguel Head shares the inside story of how and why a cutthroat press kept a major secret about Prince Harry, a beloved public figure.
There is little evidence to suggest that fatal car accidents increase on April 20 (4/20), an annual holiday that celebrates marijuana.
A new macroeconomic shock model built on interconnected networks estimates consequences of the U.S. tariffs on European metal.
Distinguishing between in-state and out-of-state college tuition creates missed opportunities from a national perspective.
Earnings inequality is rising at the biggest firms in the U.S., but average employee earnings across firms — not within them — accounts for most of the recent rise in earnings inequality.
Are workplace recovery programs successful in helping people to quit abusing drugs and avoid relapsing? A growing field of research suggests the answer is yes, though their success may have more to do with incentives
How much of an edge do athletes and legacy students have in elite college admissions? How do they compare to other students academically? We've gathered research that looks at these questions and others.
This collection of research looks at who on college campuses lacks access to food, especially health foods, and how going hungry can impact students' grades and mental health.