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Indermit Gill shares recent literature on Chinese manufacturing jobs moving to Africa. [Read More]
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Minority teachers can impact minority students, but the public teacher workforce employs too few of them. As we've described in prior posts in this series... [Read More]
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Frank and Ginsburg discuss pharmaceutical research and development patent protections and their effect on affordable drug pricing. [Read More]
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Inequality is being driven in part today by an increase in women's education and their then preference to marry those similarly educated. [Read More]
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It is time for Mr. Trump to end the Obama administration's policy of denying lethal defensive assistance to Ukraine. [Read More]
Molly Reynolds discusses the tax bill passed by the House and procedural hurdles Republicans will face in the Senate. ... [Read More]
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Amy Copley discusses some of this week's top news stories in Africa as Zimbabwe faces a political crisis, the U.S. engages with Africa on humanitarian,... [Read More]
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Interview with Kemal Kirişci on his forthcoming book from the Brookings Institution Press analyzing Turkey's troubled relationship with the West. [Read More]
Tony Pipa explains how businesses, cities and states, philanthropy, and others are stepping up to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development goal in the absence... [Read More]
Over the last few decades, the rapid rise of digital technology has fundamentally changed the U.S. economy and the world of work. These are five... [Read More]
Click on the links or on the charts to go to the full research.   THE HIGH COST OF BIRTH CONTROL DISPROPORTIONATELY AFFECTS POOR AND... [Read More]
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Mariama Sow discusses data challenges in Africa for those tracking progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. [Read More]
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This year's record hurricane season has been a wake-up call when it comes to water infrastructure. It has also been a reminder of how the... [Read More]
"Don't dream too big." This was a subtle and overt message sent to students of color in the America of our childhood. Decades later, has... [Read More]
In his new book, "What the Qur'an Meant: And Why It Matters," historian Garry Wills shows how some Americans use Muslims as a way to... [Read More]
Studies in this week's Hutchins Roundup find that forecast targeting is the best policy rule for the Fed to follow, older Americans would work longer... [Read More]
The recognition of a state's sovereignty, either by other countries or by the United Nations, can have sizeable economic impacts. Understanding the economic effects of... [Read More]
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