Author: Carol Tan
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2014 study from Stanford and Georgetown demonstrating that attitudes toward immigration are seldom driven by economic factors and are more likely explained by cultural factors.
2013 study in Oxford Economic Papers showing how credit markets are important for disaster recovery and how this dynamic affects poor nations.
Two 2014 field reports from Harvard University, one based in Lebanon and the other in Jordan, provide new insights into the expanding Syrian refugee crisis.
A 2013 study in World Development investigating the effect of legalized prostitution on human trafficking.
2013 study in the Annual Review of Economics on the individual and societal consequences of low levels of financial knowledge and possible solutions.
2012 study published in the journal Sociology on the relationship between occupational segregation by gender and the extent of gender inequality.