2011 World Bank paper on a new theory of economic development emphasizing both industrial improvements and country-specific flexibility.
2011 Congressional Budget Office report analyzes IRS and Census Bureau data to track changes in income across classes of earners.
2011 U.N. report on rates of homicide per capita in 207 countries based on data from the World Health Organization, the Global Burden of Injuries Project; and other sources.
2011 study in the journal Demography examining the higher education completion rates for black men and women between 1940 and 2000.
2011 fact sheet published by Congress’s Joint Economic Committee on the recession's impact at the state level.
2011 paper in the Harvard Law and Policy Review compares changes in voter turnout between 2002 and 2006.
2011 report by the Brookings Institute's Metropolitan Policy Program on the transit options of U.S. households without private vehicles.
2011 study from the Pew Charitable Trusts on factors that contribute to downward mobility in the United States and how they intersect with race and gender.
2011 report by the U.S. Census Bureau with data on health insurance coverage, income and poverty levels.
2010 study in Economics of Education Review on link between family background, education and achievement.