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The US Uninsured and the Take-Up Problem

There are two possible reasons for not having health insurance in the United States.

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Rising Interest Payments on the National Debt

What happens when you borrow a lot of money, and then interest rates go up?

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The IRS Audit Algorithm and Racial Effects

The Internal Revenue Service gets something north of 100 million individual tax returns each year.

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Robert E. Lucas Jr., 1937-2023

Robert E. Lucas Jr. (Nobel 1995) has died.

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Measuring How a Higher Minimum Wage Affects Employment

When it comes to measuring how a minimum wage affects employment, the simple answers are wrong.

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Gender, Academia, Economics

When reading about controversial topics in economics (and I assume in other fields), it’s common to have the uncomfortable feeling that if you know what the authors argued in a previous paper, you will also know what they are arguing in the current paper.

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European Banks May Be More Vulnerable Than U.S. Counterparts Despite Regulations

Deposits at U.S. commercial banks have fallen to the lowest figure in nearly two years, according to the Federal Reserve.

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