In a model, cultural differences matter as much as geography, institutional distinctions or capital constraints
The history of industrial transformation suggests more gradual change
But the “persistence gap” in seeking elective office narrows with experience
The narrative of a growing cultural divide, while partly true, conceals a more nuanced picture
Looking at costs, in a sample of 5,000 plants in Chile, remarkable productivity gains occur
The bandwagon effect boosts the top vote-getter in preliminary rounds
A database of pre-industrial sampling supports historical and ethnographic research
Researchers struggle with faulty study designs, flyspecking each other’s work, re-arguing decades of debate about jobs and income
Europeans brought an appreciation of social welfare programs that still resonates
Good ideas may be scarce, capital to fund them is not
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VC money for tech pushes up costs for everyone else
Airbnb hosts seem to prosper more than Uber drivers
34,334 letters were sent to test how sensitive those owing back taxes are to neighbors’ knowledge of the debts
Taxes not high enough? An examination of Washington’s experience even suggests state ownership of pot stores might boost the public coffers
Should stimulus be targeted toward displaced workers, rather than across the economy?