Home Tags NBER
A new paper from University of Chicago economists attempts to infer demographics based on people's consumer behavior or media consumption. The researchers found that "no individual brand is as predictive of being high-income as owning an Apple iPhone" based on 2016 data.
A new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that refugees paid $21,000 more in taxes than they got in any kind of welfare payments.
It's not just the Southern diet that is raising the rates of heart disease.
Researchers found that the more children a family has, the worse the cognitive and behavioral outcomes the kids will have.
Nothing significant happened to the wage and to the unemployment rate when refugees last poured into the US.
The US economy has been supported by high-growth startups for years, and now they're disappearing.
Female immigrants are significantly impacted by the culture of their home countries, but no matter where they're from, they adapt quickly to the US economy.
Today’s US veterans are less educated, less healthy, less wealthy, and less employed than veterans 20 years ago
From wealth and retirement to health, aging veterans are much worse off than they were just 20 years ago.
The only reason that the economy can't break out of the funk of the Great Recession is because everybody is scared of the recession yet to come.
As the days with temperatures about 80 degrees increases, so do the risk of dangerously low-weight births.