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Smart meters and dynamic pricing can help consumers use electricity when...

Matthew E. Kahn, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and Bhaskar Krishnamachari, University of Southern California Americans...

Five things that economists know, but sound wrong to most other...

Renaud Foucart, Lancaster University Economists have shaped the modern world in many ways. Governments make policy choices in response...

Does raising the minimum wage kill jobs? The century long search...

Veronika Dolar, SUNY Old Westbury For decades it was conventional wisdom in the field of economics that a higher...

Squid Game: the real debt crisis shaking South Korea that inspired...

Sarah A. Son, University of Sheffield Squid Game is anything but your typical, saccharine, soft-glow Korean television drama. In...

Microeconomics explains why people can never have enough of what they...

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Economics is broadly divided into macroeconomics and microeconomics. The big picture, macroeconomics,...

Racial income and wealth gaps are huge – but the Fed...

Paul Wachtel, New York University Central bankers and economists from around the world are convening remotely for the annual...

Expanding opportunities for women and economic uncertainty are both factors in...

Ann M. Oberhauser, Iowa State University The decline in population growth in the U.S. from 2010 to 2020 is...

What’s really driving coal power’s demise?

David Drake, University of Colorado Boulder and Jeffrey York, University of Colorado Boulder The Research Brief is a short...

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