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Why food insecurity among Gen Z is so much higher than...

Sam Polzin, Purdue University; Ahmad Zia Wahdat, Purdue University, and Jayson Lusk, Purdue University CC BY-ND

What’s a bear market? An economist explains

Vidhura S Tennekoon, IUPUI A 16th-century proverb advises: “It’s unwise to sell a bear’s skin before catching it.”

Disruptive kindergartners are likely to be bullied later in elementary school

Paul L. Morgan, Penn State Kindergartners who act out, disrupt classrooms, get angry and argue with their teachers are...

Female business travelers pay less than their male colleagues because they...

Javier D. Donna, University of Florida The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Students are suspended less when their teacher has the same race...

Matthew Shirrell, George Washington University The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

What’s a 990 form? A charity accounting expert explains

Sarah Webber, University of Dayton Most tax-exempt nonprofits must file a 990 form with the Internal Revenue Service every...

What is pay-as-you-throw? A waste expert explains

Lily Baum Pollans, Hunter College Pay-as-you-throw is a policy that charges people for the amount of trash they toss out. It’s also sometimes called variable-rate...

What is the Fed taper? An economist explains how the Federal...

Edouard Wemy, Clark University Tapering refers to the Federal Reserve policy of unwinding the massive purchases of Treasury bonds...

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Cheaper solar power means low-income families can also benefit – with...

Galen Barbose, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Eric O’Shaughnessy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Ryan Wiser, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Until recently, rooftop solar panels were...