States that raise rates curtail out-migration but do not attract more outsiders
What happens when data is excluded?
An upfront fee for taking Medicaid patients could shorten stays
As index fees decline, will funds draw big money away from bonds?
Payouts to victims of Colombia’s decadeslong armed conflict suggest benefits may exceed the initial cost
Contrary to assumptions, low-wage workers lose substantial income in years after layoff
A new way to classify individuals delivers insights on social divisions and the culture war
Large-scale data project produces stark conclusion: military technology + agricultural productivity caused the takeoff
Breakthrough technologies are years off for aviation, but incremental improvements are available
Disregarding data, novices often sail into strong winds
Higher demand from U.S. and China means expanding into new markets
A favored Federal Reserve index fails to filter out petroleum’s impact
Bipartisan action rose amid reports of surprising Soviet Cold War economic growth
Study suggests flat tax systems boosted GDP in former Soviet republics and satellites
Cellphone signals and patent citations approximate a theory’s long-sought paper trail
It’s still early days in genetic research, though advances will aid study of educational attainment and, notably, disease