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School vouchers expand despite evidence of negative effects

Christopher Lubienski, Indiana University and Joel R Malin, Miami University For the past couple of decades, proponents of vouchers for private schools have been pushing...

Should the NRA fear losing its ‘nonprofit status’?

Philip Hackney, University of Pittsburgh Oliver North sought a second term as president of the National Rifle Association. It was not to be. NRA first Vice...

People who win big prizes shouldn’t get taxed when they give...

Ellen P. Aprill, Loyola Law School Los Angeles When former President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, he didn’t keep the approximately...

How bankruptcy can help USA Gymnastics and the Boy Scouts compensate...

Pamela Foohey, Indiana University USA Gymnastics and the Boy Scouts of America sex abuse scandals have rocked communities nationwide. Revelations regarding decades of the sexual...

How Salvation Army’s red kettles became a Christmas tradition

Diane Winston, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Tinseled trees and snowy landscapes are not the only signs of the upcoming...

Not everyone wants their donations touted on Facebook or plastered on...

Karen Winterich, Pennsylvania State University I recently made a donation on a friend’s GoFundMe page. I paused over the box to hide my name before...

Federal funding for higher ed comes with strings attached, but is...

Jason Alix Coupet, North Carolina State University When nonprofit colleges and universities get federal funding for research and to support students, do government regulations make...

Want to help after hurricanes? Give cash, not diapers

Julia Brooks, Harvard University Some companies and community groups didn’t wait for Hurricane Florence to make landfall before organizing donation drives. But as a researcher...

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This year’s economics Nobel is yet another triumph for the blackboard...

By David Spencer, University of Leeds It’s that time of year again – when academic economics, thanks to the Nobel Prize announcements, is thrust into...