(Forthcoming Article) - Has rising import competition contributed to the polarization of U.S. politics? Analyzing
multiple measures of political expression and results of congressional and presidential elections
spanning the period 2000 through...
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Sandy BlackCheck out this applied economics workshop--a great lineup, including @martha_j_bailey and @rothstein_jesse among others! You can see me this Monday night, June 29 (or Tuesday morning in Asia), for anyone interested in attending.
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The large race disparities in U.S. policing mean that Black, white and Latino individuals have vastly different experiences interacting with police officers. This disparity in police contact likely reflects several forms of discrimination and...
Sandy BlackFor a bit of good news, former CEA interns started a venture initiative to support Class of 2020 student entrepreneurs with COVID-relief business ideas. Perks for winners include $16k+ in funding, intros to expert judges, mentorship and more! Learn more