·July 14, 2020
University of Minnesota and Cornell University
There are large disparities in COVID-related unemployment, with the largest proportional losses among Latinx and less-educated workers. The effects have been particularly felt among children. In our original research based on very recent data, we find that one-in-five children in the United States
·June 1, 2020
Indiana University, Ohio State University and University of Georgia
The employment losses in the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic already dwarf employment declines for the totality of the last two recessions and almost no group has been spared. However, there are large disparities in recent unemployment across different demographic groups. The largest employment
·November 2, 2018
Excerpt from webinar with Tara Watson (Williams College), Jennifer Hunt (Rutgers University) and Eduardo Porter (New York Times), October 9, 2018. A collaboration between EconoFact and The Hamilton Project, Brookings.
What impact does immigration have on the employment prospects and wages of native ...