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Mar 12, 2018

Losing a job often leads to lower earnings that stretch long beyond the time of unemployment. Yet it’s hard to know exactly what causes these lower lifetime earnings.

Jan 11, 2018

Examining a major road-building program in India, researchers at Princeton University and the Paris School of Economics used an innovative technique to show that political corruption increased the chances that roads meant to connect isolated areas...

Oct 11, 2017

When home prices rise, households tend to borrow and spend more. But economists have had trouble identifying exactly what causes that relationship. Is it that when a house becomes worth more, borrowers are able to offer more collateral to secure a loan?

Oct 3, 2017

President Donald Trump released a nine-page outline of a tax plan last week, which included proposed tax cuts for corporations and individuals...

Sep 27, 2017

Princeton professors Edward Felten and Alan Krueger will serve on a new task force aimed at transforming America’s labor market to a 21st century, skills-driven model.

Jul 24, 2017

Being exposed to and actively remembering violent episodes — even those that happened up to a decade before — hinders short-term memory and cognitive control, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National...

Jun 28, 2017

Despite the relatively large number of employees working in downtown Detroit, the city continues to be afflicted by urban blight, surrounded by a swath of vacant neighborhoods.

May 3, 2017

In his campaign promise to make America great again, President Donald Trump vowed to “bring jobs back to America” and revitalize the labor industry. Now, one hundred days into the Trump presidency, some are wondering: Where are all of those jobs?

Apr 13, 2017

Would you rather receive $100 today or $125 in three months?