2014-2015 scholarship that provides new insights on the Iowa caucuses and suggests that the demographics of participants may be changing.
2014 research from the University of Southern Denmark and the Harvard School of Public Health on recent empirical studies on the potential impact of development neurotoxins.
2014 research review on how technology will increasingly break down labor into component parts and related economic and employment outcomes.
2014 report from Boston University’s Initiative on Cities based on interviews of more than 70 mayors of cities across the United States. Topics discussed include policy priorities, gentrification and income inequality.
A 2014 study from Princeton University published in
International Migration Review on the impact of a change in the proportion of undocumented immigrants on immigrant wages.
2014 study in
The Review of Economic Studies showing how job incentives and specifications can discourage women to apply for jobs.
2013 study in
Conflict Management and Peace Science testing a new model of how civilians chose between sides during civil wars, with a case study involving Ukraine.
2014 paper written for the National Bureau of Economic Research that analyzes the behavior of nonpracticing entities (NPEs) as well as the characteristics of companies likely to be targeted.
2014 study from Utah State University published in
Perspectives on Politics demonstrating how the wording of ballot question titles can influence voters' choices.
2014 study in the
Journal of Economic Geography showing urban clustering and proximity to educational institutions are associated with high-tech sector growth.