- Births from Unintended Pregnancies Associated with Mother’s Later-in-life Depressive Symptoms
Professor Pamela Herd and coauthors examine health effects on women who give birth after unintended pregnancy.
- Evidence Supports Link Between Family’s Economic Resources and Children’s Noncognitive Skills
Study results from Professors Jason Fletcher and Barbara Wolfe suggest important deficits in a wide variety of socio-emotional skills at school-entry for children from low-income households and problem behaviors
- Understanding the Eurozone Crisis: A Political Economy Analysis
Associate Professor Mark Copelovitch says a true understanding of the causes and consequences of the Euro crisis requires an integration of economic and political analyses.
- Requiring Personal Finance Courses in High School Can Benefit Young People
A study by Associate Professor J. Michael Collins and his coauthors strongly suggests that requiring personal finances courses in high school have financial benefits for young people.
- The Need for Countercyclical Energy Policy
Associate Professor Gregory Nemet and colleagues offer a proposal to address boom-and-bust energy policy.
- Influence and the Administrative Process: Lobbying the U.S. Office of Management and Budget
In their study, Professor Susan Webb Yackee and doctoral student Simon Haeder find that more interest-group lobbying is associated with more regulatory change.
Policy Report Spring 2016
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