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April 3, 2023
Seattle may have figured out how to get more poor people into better housing
January 18, 2023
Job Market’s 2.6 Million Missing People Unnerves Star Harvard Economist
August 7, 2022
What Are Friends For? Climbing the Income Ladder, for One.
The Washington Post
August 4, 2022
What Is It About Friendships That Is So Powerful?
The New York Times
August 1, 2022
Why the American Dream is More Attainable in Some Cities than Others
August 1, 2022
A New Study Shows How Much Social Capital Matters
The Economist
August 1, 2022
Vast New Study Shows a Key to Reducing Poverty: More Friendships Between Rich and Poor
The New York Times
August 20, 2021
Cutting off jobless benefits early may have hurt state economies
The New York Times
March 3, 2021
Democrats’ targeted stimulus payments will still shower money on those who don’t need it
The Washington Post, Editorial Board
January 26, 2021
Cutting off stimulus checks to Americans earning over$75,000 could be wise, new data suggests
The Washington Post, Heather Long
October 27, 2020
The Dark Side Of The Recovery Revealed In Big Data
NPR, Greg Rosalsky
September 24, 2020
Harvard’s Chetty Finds Economic Carnage in Wealthiest ZIP Codes
Bloomberg Businessweek, Ben Steverman
September 7, 2020
New Data Suggest Pandemic May Not Just Be Leaving Low-Income Students Behind; It May Be Propelling Wealthier Ones Even Further Ahead
The 74, Laura Fay
August 14, 2020
The recession is over for the rich, but the working class is far from recovered
The Washington Post, Heather Long
August 10, 2020
Coronavirus Economy: Using 'Big Data' To Track The Economic Impact Of The Pandemic
WBUR, Dorey Scheimer and Meghna Chakrabarti
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