October 1, 2022
They perished at a much higher rate than ethnic Russians during what’s known as Holodomor. A new study suggests this was a deliberate policy decision.
Andrei Markevich, Natalya Naumenko and Nancy Qian
September 28, 2022
China learned from Russia’s post-1991 experience and pursued its economic liberalization with more care. But it ultimately could not avoid the political implications of pro-market policies and is now following Russia down the road to autocracy—continuing a century-long pattern of mirroring its neighbor’s historical trajectory.
August 26, 2022
While Russia’s war has undoubtedly caused real problems in global food markets, they are different and more complex than what most news coverage suggests.
August 1, 2022
A large study suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy can also improve physical health and economic outcomes.
Nathan Baker, Bryan T. Gharad, Dean Karlan, Angela L. Ofori-Atta and Christopher Udry
July 5, 2022
A conversation on “creative destruction,” growth, and designing a more equitable capitalist future.
Benjamin F. Jones and Philippe Aghion
June 3, 2022
Researchers investigate whether the lack of a “family safety net” is responsible for China’s singularly high household savings rate.
Scott R. Baker, Efraim Benmelech, Zhishu Yang and Qi Jacky Zhang
June 1, 2022
A new study of the Kenyan flower industry can help buyers and suppliers prepare for uncertainty.
Christopher Ksoll, Rocco Macchiavello and Ameet Morjaria
June 1, 2022
A study of a major fiscal change in Italy shows how much individual lives are affected when governments get more efficient.
Nicola Bianchi, Michela Giorcelli and Enrica Maria Martino
May 3, 2022
In a recent Q&A with Kellogg’s Jan Eberly, Summers is skeptical that the economy can achieve a “soft landing.”
Larry Summers and Janice C. Eberly
May 1, 2022
New research points to the power of including psychosocial interventions—such as group problem-solving—alongside economic ones.
Dean Karlan, Christopher Udry and and coauthors
April 29, 2022
More than anything else, it comes down to taxes.
Michael Faulkender, Kristine W. Hankins and Mitchell A. Petersen
April 8, 2022
Indexing policy uncertainty by state provides new insights—and offers local governments a cautionary tale.
Scott R. Baker, Steve Davis and Jeffrey Levy
April 6, 2022
“We are seeing a world that’s going to be less than the sum of its parts.”
April 4, 2022
When the Fed moves to cool the economy, it can disproportionately hurt female, Black, and less-educated workers in slack labor markets.
Nittai K. Bergman, David A. Matsa and Michael Weber
March 17, 2022
The additional spike in food and energy prices caused by the Russia–Ukraine conflict could be devastating for China. But the country’s neutral political stance toward the war may also yield economic gains.
March 11, 2022
Environmental crises are increasingly leading workers to migrate. What happens next?
Albert Christoph, Paula Bustos and Jacopo Ponticelli
February 10, 2022
A finance professor breaks down the data on inflation, the labor market, and the future of cities.
February 1, 2022
A new study sheds light on the impact of remote work on GDP in 2020.
Janice C. Eberly, Jonathan Haskel and Paul Mizen
January 7, 2022
Not at all, according to a recent study, which showed just how much noise can be introduced by researchers’ unique analytical approaches.
Robert Korajczyk, Dermot Murphy and and coauthors
December 8, 2021
Growth continues, but risks abound.
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