2012 report based on 850 surveys from 130 countries, covering 1.23 million households and providing a statistical snapshot of some 90% of the population of the developing world.
2011 paper in Human Rights Review on international efforts to address the problem of human trafficking.
2012 study on the financial implications of an underutilized youth population.
2011 study in Psychological Science on the connection between progressive taxation and the happiness of citizens around the world.
2011 report from the University of Michigan's Population Studies Center on how divorce effects women's health insurance coverage.
2011 report from the Pew Research Center on the growing wealth gap between households headed by younger versus older members.
2011 study from Georgetown University on shared economic perceptions of low and high income earners in America.
2011 study in the New England Journal of Medicine on the type of neighborhood in which an individual lives and health outcomes.
2009 study in PNAS on diversity in developing economies and corresponding potential for growth, based on products produced and their global context.
2012 paper by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on trends in family income mobility in the United States over the past 40 years.