Is the Affordable Care Act getting too much credit?
A clever study investigates the link between where roads are built and who is in power.
Why it may take public-private partnerships to keep our bridges from crumbling.
The way we feel perceived can have dangerous consequences.
People who think other groups are less evolved are more likely to support retaliation against them.
Advice for getting global health projects off the ground.
Though suspicions abound, HFTs generally help markets function and grow.
Smart meters provide richer data, enabling smarter pricing strategies and a smoother electricity supply chain.
An argument for sentencing dealers based on the purity of their product.
When governments do not provide health insurance, hospitals must provide it instead.
For an integrated healthcare organization, culture is the key to operational efficiency.
Better data and better cooperation are needed.
Ample cash reserves aid households when faced with the unexpected.
What if mortgages could be refinanced automatically?
A discussion with Aviv Nevo on his tenure at the Department of Justice
A pioneering study reveals that the benefits of unemployment insurance include reductions in mortgage defaults and improved access to credit.
A conversation with Jan Eberly on sustainable fiscal policy.
Evidence from U.S. health insurance marketplaces.
Nationwide statistics suggest no impact on violent crime.
The timing of a bankruptcy filing shapes the verdict and has consequences for all of us