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What Do We Learn from Bilateral Trade Deficits?

By Marc Melitz and Michael Klein·May 25
Harvard University; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

Import Limits on Steel and Aluminum: Protecting National Security or Protectionism?

By Menzie D. Chinn·May 9
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Is China a Non-Market Economy, and Why Does It Matter?

By Joel Trachtman·April 12
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Is China a Currency Manipulator?

By Michael W. Klein·January 20
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Can U.S. and U.K. Forest Bioenergy Subsidies Have Adverse Climate Consequences?

By Stefan Koester and William Moomaw·August 15
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Carbon Taxes and U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Concerns

By Stefan Koester and Gilbert E. Metcalf·April 11
Tufts University

New (Republican) Support for a Carbon Tax

By Gilbert E. Metcalf·February 10
Tufts University

Will the Trump Energy Policy help Appalachia?

By Steve Cicala·January 26
Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago

Do Police Body-Worn Cameras Reduce the Use of Force?

By Jennifer Doleac·November 17
University of Virginia

The Effects of ‘Ban the Box’ on the Employment of Black Men

By Amanda Agan and Jennifer Doleac·June 9
Rutgers University and University of Virginia

The Economic Case for Sentencing Reform

By Emily Weisburst and Sandra Black·May 19
University of Texas, Austin

Are Immigrants More Likely to Commit Crimes?

By Jennifer Doleac·February 14
Batten School, University of Virginia

The Jones Act and the Cost of Shipping Between U.S. Ports

By Dan Bergstresser and Marc Melitz·October 19
Brandeis University and Harvard University

Does Occupational Licensing Represent Excessive Regulation?

By Jennifer Hunt·April 20
Rutgers University

Will ‘Deconstructing the Administrative State’ Spur Economic Growth?

By Steve Cicala·March 14
Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago

Rules, Regulations, and Social Benefits

By Sandra Black·March 8
University of Texas, Austin

The Dodd–Frank Financial Reform

By Jeffrey Frankel·September 8
Kennedy School, Harvard University

Do Current GOP Tax Reform Proposals Resemble Reagan’s Tax Reforms?

By Jeffrey Frankel·November 29
Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University

Government Budget Deficits and Economic Growth

By Michael W. Klein·July 12
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Immigration and Economic Growth in the U.S., 2000-2015

By Giovanni Peri·March 16
University of California, Davis

Can the U.S. Economy Sustain 3½ to 4 Percent Economic Growth?

By Dan Sichel·January 25
Wellesley College

Is the Trade Deficit a Drag on Growth?

By Menzie D. Chinn and Michael W. Klein·January 20
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

Where Have All the (Male) Workers Gone?

By Sandra Black and Wilson Powell·July 10
University of Texas, Austin and Harvard Kennedy School

Has the day of the Congressional Budget Office come and gone?

By Dan Sichel·June 12
Wellesley College

The Decline in the Dollar

By Michael W. Klein and Jay C. Shambaugh·June 2
Fletcher School, Tufts University and George Washington University

Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing? The President’s Trade Policies So Far

By Menzie Chinn·April 4
LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Are Economic Statistics Fake News?

By Dan Sichel·April 2
Wellesley College

Agricultural Implications of Mr. Trump’s Policies

By Menzie D. Chinn·March 20
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Council of Economic Advisers and the Role of Expert Economic Advice

By Kadee Russ·February 21
University of California, Davis

Can the U.S. Economy Sustain 3½ to 4 Percent Economic Growth?

By Dan Sichel·January 25
Wellesley College

How Proposed Changes in State and Local Tax Deductions Matter for Public Schools

By Nora Gordon·November 9
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

The Case For Protecting Student Loan Borrowers

By Susan Dynarski·July 17
University of Michigan

College Financial Aid: What You Don’t Know Can Cost You

By Phillip B. Levine·May 30
Wellesley College

The Diploma Gap: Growing Costs of an Unfinished College Education

By David Deming·May 24
Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Graduate School of Education

Income Differences in Education: the Gap Within the Gap

By Katherine Michelmore and Susan Dynarski·April 20
Syracuse University and University of Michigan

School Vouchers: Promise and Pitfalls

By Sarah Reber·March 25
UCLA, Luskin School of Public Affairs

Education Funding: Tax Credits Cost the Federal Government Money

By Nora Gordon·March 21
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Can Investing in Public Colleges Serve as an Infrastructure Project?

By David Deming·February 2
Harvard University

Charter Schools: The Michigan Experience and the Limits on the Federal Role

By Nora Gordon·January 31
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Can U.S. and U.K. Forest Bioenergy Subsidies Have Adverse Climate Consequences?

By Stefan Koester and William Moomaw·August 15
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Carbon Taxes and U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Concerns

By Stefan Koester and Gilbert E. Metcalf·April 11
Tufts University

New (Republican) Support for a Carbon Tax

By Gilbert E. Metcalf·February 10
Tufts University

Will the Trump Energy Policy help Appalachia?

By Steve Cicala·January 26
Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago

Do Current GOP Tax Reform Proposals Resemble Reagan’s Tax Reforms?

By Jeffrey Frankel·November 29
Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University

Are Global Imbalances a Source of Concern?

By Menzie Chinn·September 29
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Do Immigrants Cost Native-Born Taxpayers Money?

By Francine Blau and Gretchen Donehower·July 26
Cornell University and University of California at Berkeley

Welfare and the Federal Budget

By Melissa S. Kearney·July 25
University of Maryland

Government Budget Deficits and Economic Growth

By Michael W. Klein·July 12
Fletcher School, Tufts University

The Economic Cost of Repealing DACA

By Giovanni Peri·September 11
University of California, Davis

Do Immigrants Cost Native-Born Taxpayers Money?

By Francine Blau and Gretchen Donehower·July 26
Cornell University and University of California at Berkeley

Should Immigrants be Admitted to the United States Based on Merit?

By Jennifer Hunt·June 28
Rutgers University

Do Undocumented Immigrants Overuse Government Benefits?

By Tara Watson·March 28
Williams College

Immigration and Economic Growth in the U.S., 2000-2015

By Giovanni Peri·March 16
University of California, Davis

Reforming the H-1B Visa Program

By Jennifer Hunt·February 17
Rutgers University

Are Immigrants More Likely to Commit Crimes?

By Jennifer Doleac·February 14
Batten School, University of Virginia

Who Gains and Who Loses if We Turn Off the Immigrant Jobs Magnet?

By Tara Watson·January 27
Williams College

Should the United States Build a Wall on the Mexican Border to Reduce Unauthorized Immigration?

By Jennifer Hunt·January 24
Rutgers University

Do Trade Restrictions Work? Lessons From Trade With Japan in the 1980s

By Lee Branstetter·November 20
Carnegie Mellon University

Can President Trump Terminate NAFTA or KORUS Without Congressional Approval?

By Joel P. Trachtman·November 7
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

The Economics of the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement

By Kadee Russ, Deborah Swenson, and Kelly Stangl·November 6
University of California, Davis

The Jones Act and the Cost of Shipping Between U.S. Ports

By Dan Bergstresser and Marc Melitz·October 19
Brandeis University and Harvard University

Are Global Imbalances a Source of Concern?

By Menzie Chinn·September 29
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

What Do We Learn from Bilateral Trade Deficits?

By Marc Melitz and Michael Klein·May 25
Harvard University; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

Import Limits on Steel and Aluminum: Protecting National Security or Protectionism?

By Menzie D. Chinn·May 9
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Is China a Non-Market Economy, and Why Does It Matter?

By Joel Trachtman·April 12
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Carbon Taxes and U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Concerns

By Stefan Koester and Gilbert E. Metcalf·April 11
Tufts University

Will Paul Ryan’s Tax Reform Set Off a Trade War?

By Lee Branstetter·April 6
Carnegie Mellon University and Peterson Institute for International Economics

Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing? The President’s Trade Policies So Far

By Menzie Chinn·April 4
LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Looking for Export Growth in All the Wrong Places

By Lee Branstetter·March 29
Carnegie Mellon University and Peterson Institute for International Economics

Agricultural Implications of Mr. Trump’s Policies

By Menzie D. Chinn·March 20
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Who Owns Us? Foreign Investment and Trade Deficits

By Michael Klein·March 13
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Who is Responsible for the Strong Dollar? And What can be Done?

By Michael Klein·February 1
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Driving Home the Importance of NAFTA

By Marc Melitz·January 29
Harvard University

Is the Trade Deficit a Drag on Growth?

By Menzie D. Chinn and Michael W. Klein·January 20
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

Will Manufacturing Jobs Come Back?

By David Deming·January 20
Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Graduate School of Education

Would Cutting Corporate Taxes Raise Workers’ Incomes?

By Kimberly Clausing·October 26
Reed College

Why do Women Continue to Make Less than Men?

By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn·September 22
Cornell University

The Economic Cost of Repealing DACA

By Giovanni Peri·September 11
University of California, Davis

The Geography of Need and the Proposed Foxconn Deal in Wisconsin

By John C. Brown·August 28
Clark University

What Does the Seattle Experience Teach Us About Minimum Wages?

By Jesse Rothstein and Diane Schanzenbach·August 7
University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University

Where Have All the (Male) Workers Gone?

By Sandra Black and Wilson Powell·July 10
University of Texas, Austin and Harvard Kennedy School

The Effects of ‘Ban the Box’ on the Employment of Black Men

By Amanda Agan and Jennifer Doleac·June 9
Rutgers University and University of Virginia

Do Minimum Wages Really Kill Jobs?

By Michael Reich and Jesse Rothstein·April 27
University of California, Berkeley

Does Occupational Licensing Represent Excessive Regulation?

By Jennifer Hunt·April 20
Rutgers University

Women and Paid Work: Is the U.S. Falling Behind?

By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn·March 2
Cornell University

Who Gains and Who Loses if We Turn Off the Immigrant Jobs Magnet?

By Tara Watson·January 27
Williams College

Can the U.S. Economy Sustain 3½ to 4 Percent Economic Growth?

By Dan Sichel·January 25
Wellesley College

Should the United States Build a Wall on the Mexican Border to Reduce Unauthorized Immigration?

By Jennifer Hunt·January 24
Rutgers University

Will Manufacturing Jobs Come Back?

By David Deming·January 20
Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Graduate School of Education

What Happened To Women’s Rising Participation in the Workforce?

By Sandra E. Black, Audrey Breitwieser and Diane W. Schanzenbach·December 6
University of Texas at Austin, The Brookings Institution and Northwestern University

Opioids and Early Death in America

By Ellen Meara, Nancy Morden and Jonathan Skinner·September 23
Dartmouth College

Where Have All the (Male) Workers Gone?

By Sandra Black and Wilson Powell·July 10
University of Texas, Austin and Harvard Kennedy School

The Success of the Earned Income Tax Credit

By Hilary Hoynes·May 8
University of California, Berkeley

Women and Paid Work: Is the U.S. Falling Behind?

By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn·March 2
Cornell University

What Happened To Women’s Rising Participation in the Workforce?

By Sandra E. Black, Audrey Breitwieser and Diane W. Schanzenbach·December 6
University of Texas at Austin, The Brookings Institution and Northwestern University

Why do Women Continue to Make Less than Men?

By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn·September 22
Cornell University

What Does the Seattle Experience Teach Us About Minimum Wages?

By Jesse Rothstein and Diane Schanzenbach·August 7
University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University

Does Increased Access to Medicaid Stimulate Job Mobility?

By Adriana Kugler·July 31
Georgetown University

Women and Paid Work: Is the U.S. Falling Behind?

By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn·March 2
Cornell University

Who Gains and Who Loses if We Turn Off the Immigrant Jobs Magnet?

By Tara Watson·January 27
Williams College

SNAP: Nutrition Aid Can Provide Long-Term Benefits

By Hilary Hoynes·November 12
University of California, Berkeley

SNAP: A Temporary, Fraud-Resistant, Family Friendly Policy

By William A. Masters·June 28
Tufts University

Do Safety Net Programs Impact Food Security in the United States?

By Tara Watson·May 26
Williams College

Anti-Poverty Program at Stake in Battle Over 2018 Farm Bill

By William A. Masters·April 17
Friedman School of Nutrition & Department of Economics, Tufts University

Health Care: The Role of the Individual Mandate and Insurance Subsidies

By Amanda Starc·March 9
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

Medicaid and Block Grants: Lessons from Temporary Assistance to Needy Families

By Marianne Bitler and Ann Stevens·February 24
UC Davis Department of Economics and Center for Poverty Research

Unintended Consequences of an International Abortion Policy

By Stephen A. O’Connell·February 15
Swarthmore College

Social Security Benefits: When Do You Plan to Retire?

By Jesse Rothstein·February 9
University of California, Berkeley

What the U.S. Gains From its Development Aid to Sub-Saharan Africa

By Stephen A. O’Connell·January 31
Swarthmore College

SNAP: Nutrition Aid Can Provide Long-Term Benefits

By Hilary Hoynes·November 12
University of California, Berkeley

Welfare and the Federal Budget

By Melissa S. Kearney·July 25
University of Maryland

Evidence on the Value of Medicaid

By Joshua D. Gottlieb and Mark Shepard·July 2
University of British Columbia and Harvard University

SNAP: A Temporary, Fraud-Resistant, Family Friendly Policy

By William A. Masters·June 28
Tufts University

Unintended Consequences: Lessons From an Anti-Fraud Reform

By Raymond Fisman·June 1
Boston University

Do Safety Net Programs Impact Food Security in the United States?

By Tara Watson·May 26
Williams College

The Success of the Earned Income Tax Credit

By Hilary Hoynes·May 8
University of California, Berkeley

Anti-Poverty Program at Stake in Battle Over 2018 Farm Bill

By William A. Masters·April 17
Friedman School of Nutrition & Department of Economics, Tufts University

Do Undocumented Immigrants Overuse Government Benefits?

By Tara Watson·March 28
Williams College

Medicaid and Block Grants: Lessons from Temporary Assistance to Needy Families

By Marianne Bitler and Ann Stevens·February 24
UC Davis Department of Economics and Center for Poverty Research

Will Tax Reform Have an Impact on Charitable Giving?

By Jonathan Meer·October 5
Texas A & M University

Does Taxing U.S. Corporations Make Sense in a Global Economy?

By Kimberly Clausing·July 19
Reed College

Education Funding: Tax Credits Cost the Federal Government Money

By Nora Gordon·March 21
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Who Will Pay for the Wall?

By Menzie Chinn·February 13
Robert M. LaFollette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

House GOP Tax Plan Aims to Boost Competitiveness, Might Also Violate Trade Law

By Joel P. Trachtman·January 20
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Do Current GOP Tax Reform Proposals Resemble Reagan’s Tax Reforms?

By Jeffrey Frankel·November 29
Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University

How Proposed Changes in State and Local Tax Deductions Matter for Public Schools

By Nora Gordon·November 9
McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Would Cutting Corporate Taxes Raise Workers’ Incomes?

By Kimberly Clausing·October 26
Reed College

Will Tax Reform Have an Impact on Charitable Giving?

By Jonathan Meer·October 5
Texas A & M University

Does Taxing U.S. Corporations Make Sense in a Global Economy?

By Kimberly Clausing·July 19
Reed College

Will Paul Ryan’s Tax Reform Set Off a Trade War?

By Lee Branstetter·April 6
Carnegie Mellon University and Peterson Institute for International Economics

House GOP Tax Plan Aims to Boost Competitiveness, Might Also Violate Trade Law

By Joel P. Trachtman·January 20
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Do Trade Restrictions Work? Lessons From Trade With Japan in the 1980s

By Lee Branstetter·November 20
Carnegie Mellon University

The Economics of the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement

By Kadee Russ, Deborah Swenson, and Kelly Stangl·November 6
University of California, Davis

What Do We Learn from Bilateral Trade Deficits?

By Marc Melitz and Michael Klein·May 25
Harvard University; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing? The President’s Trade Policies So Far

By Menzie Chinn·April 4
LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Who Owns Us? Foreign Investment and Trade Deficits

By Michael Klein·March 13
Fletcher School, Tufts University

Is the Trade Deficit a Drag on Growth?

By Menzie D. Chinn and Michael W. Klein·January 20
Robert M. La Follette School, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Fletcher School, Tufts University

The Decline in the Dollar

By Michael W. Klein and Jay C. Shambaugh·June 2
Fletcher School, Tufts University and George Washington University