As wildfires scorch Oregon, California and Washington, two papers offer new detail on the intersection of temperature, mortality and place.
Whether Americans support lockdown measures meant to control the spread of the new coronavirus has to do with their personal political beliefs and trust in media, according to new survey results.
Conservatives and liberals both revert to zero-sum thinking, but not on the same issues. Research in Science Advances breaks it down.
Every tax season people try to get out of paying the full share of what they owe the U.S. government in income taxes. Here are a few basic ins and outs of federal tax evasion.
Looking at data crossing five decades, the authors of a new paper find income inequality increases as financial markets develop.
Carbon taxes and cap-and-trade are the strategies for tackling climate change that have won the hearts of many economists. But the details of how the price of carbon is set are hardly settled.
The wealth gap between the wealthiest and the poorest makes the American Dream just a dream for many. But perception can affect policy, and research shows many Americans still want to believe in economic mobility.
New research in JAMA Pediatrics finds an association between spending early childhood in a country with wide income inequality and being bullied during early adolescence.
In neighborhoods that shifted from white to black in the prewar era, housing rental prices soared while home values plunged, according to a new NBER working paper.
Rising Federal Reserve interest rates in the lead-up to the Great Recession may have steered investors toward riskier housing investments, according to new research.