Research for the first time shows a causal link between combat exposure and prescription painkiller misuse.
HBCUs looking to raise bond capital face higher fees than non-HBCUs, even when agencies that rate credit risk give HBCU-issued bonds their highest scores, according to recent research.
New research reveals something unexpected about allergies: U.S. cities experiencing unusually high pollen counts also experience lower rates of reported violent crime.
Research provides new insight into how national media outlets covered three high-profile sexual assault cases from the early 2010s.
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.
Employment increases after taxes are cut for most income earners -- but not when tax cuts target the top 10% of earners -- according to recent research in the Journal of Political Economy.
If you work for a boss who has all the emotional intelligence of a computer, consider that someday your boss might actually be a computer. It's already happening in ridesharing and it won't stop there, according to new research.
These studies show that the trade war is a net loss for the world economy. And if a global trade war broke out, the economic hit could approach that seen during the Great Recession.
In New York City, travel time and cost more strongly predict social media connectedness than geographical distance, according to a recent working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research.