In the News


09.19.2017
Graham-Cassidy's cuts are confusing. Let’s make them simple.Craig GarthwaiteVox
09.19.2017
The American economy isn’t getting any less racistLincoln QuillianNew York
09.19.2017
SNAP draws strong praiseDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachAG Net Radio Network
09.18.2017
Black-white wage gap grows as Americans remain in denialLincoln QuillianPacific Standard
09.18.2017
Yes, childhood changes your DNA—here’s howThomas McDadeThe Reader's Digest
09.18.2017
What Americans get wrong about race in the U.S.Lincoln QuillianCBS News
09.18.2017
Try these ‘love hacks’ to fix your marriageEli FinkelThe New York Times
09.18.2017
Study: anti-black hiring discrimination is as prevalent today as it was in 1989Lincoln QuillianVox
09.17.2017
Brian Noonan Show 9/17/17: Luke’s Lobster and how to have a successful marriageEli FinkelWGN Radio
09.16.2017
How a sense of certitude can lead to poor judgementsCharles ManskiThe Times of India
09.15.2017
The rise of public-sector crowdfundingElizabeth GerberCity Lab
09.15.2017
Marriage has never been harder — or happier, argues new bookEli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
09.14.2017
Farm Bill and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance ProgramDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachC-SPAN
09.14.2017
Summer learning loss: What is it, and what can we do about it?Jonathan GuryanBrookings
09.14.2017
Senate panel hears of manipulation of food stamp error rates, seeks improvementsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachUSA Today
09.14.2017
Your childhood experiences can permanently change your DNA Thomas McDadeSmithsonian
09.14.2017
An Illinois city aims to move better policing right into the neighborhood Wesley SkoganThe Wall Street Journal
09.13.2017
Economics with a human faceMorton SchapiroThe Wall Street Journal
09.13.2017
Men suffer from postpartum depression too—but no one is talking about itCraig GarfieldThe Reader's Digest
09.12.2017
The government’s role in combating lonelinessEmma AdamThe Wall Street Journal
09.12.2017
Report: Want love? Ditch the matchmaking appsEli FinkelEbony
09.12.2017
Blaming Medicaid for the opioid crisis: how the easy answer can be wrongCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
09.11.2017
Science can’t forecast loveEli FinkelScience News
09.11.2017
Why some women who want to be pregnant are going to work for StarbucksCraig GarthwaiteMorton Times-News (Illinois)
09.11.2017
Pittsburgh's powerful non-profitsBurton WeisbrodThe Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
09.08.2017
How to fix the person you loveEli FinkelThe New York Times
09.07.2017
Debunking a key line of Republican attack on Medicaid and poor people Craig GarthwaiteSalon
09.06.2017
Recession took toll on health of rural young blacksGregory MillerHealth Day
09.05.2017
How Starbucks covers pricey in vitro fertilization for even its part-time employeesCraig GarthwaiteCBS News
08.30.2017
Violent crime changes youth's sleep patterns: study Emma AdamXinhau News
08.30.2017
School rankings are for prospective students — not collegesMorton SchapiroThe Chicago Tribune
08.27.2017
Powerbull: The Lottery Loves PovertyJonathan GuryanThe Wall Street Journal
08.27.2017
Oh what a tangled web schools weave: The college rankings gameMorton SchapiroThe Chicago Tribune
08.25.2017
The pros and cons of Illinois’ proposed tax-credit scholarshipsDavid FiglioWBEZ
08.24.2017
Why Obamacare didn't implodeCraig GarthwaiteVox
08.21.2017
Are you sure you want single payer?Craig GarthwaiteThe Atlantic
08.18.2017
The oldest kids in the class may get an edge in college admissionsDavid FiglioThe Wall Street Journal
08.18.2017
Oldest kids in class do better, even through collegeDavid FiglioNPR
08.17.2017
Research suggests that young-for-their-grade kids are worse off, but holding them back isn’t the answerDiane Whitmore Schanzenbach, Krzysztof KarbownikQuartz
08.15.2017
A violent environment can wreck kids' gradesEmma Adam, Jennifer HeisselHealth Day
08.15.2017
Does biology explain why men outnumber women in tech? Alice EaglyThe Conversation
08.12.2017
This scientist hopes 3-D-printed ovaries will help women have babiesTeresa WoodruffThe Washington Post
08.11.2017
Jurors take instructions seriously, but do they understand them?Shari Seidman DiamondAmerican Bar Association Journal
08.11.2017
When stress hormone falters, your health may sufferEmma AdamU.S. News and World Report
08.11.2017
Act now to save the 2020 CensusDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachBloomberg
08.09.2017
Wage theft victims have little chance of recouping pay in IllinoisDaniel GalvinThe Chicago Reporter
08.08.2017
Trump's affirmative action attack could halt educational experimentationDaniel RodriguezThe Chicago Tribune
08.07.2017
What does the Seattle experience teach us about minimum wages?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachEconoFact
08.06.2017
Can we pay people to save the rainforests? Seema JayachandranKAZU Radio (Northern California)
08.05.2017
Survival of ObamaCare is nothing to celebrateDavid DranoveFox News
08.04.2017
Why economists must go beyond the numbersMorton SchapiroKnowledge@Wharton (Wharton University)
08.04.2017
3-D printed ovaries actually exist & they could help women with infertilityTeresa WoodruffBustle
08.02.2017
This is why more Republicans in Congress haven't criticized TrumpLaurel Harbridge YongThe Washington Post
08.01.2017
If he wanted to, Trump could take steps to lower soaring drug pricesCraig GarthwaiteLos Angeles Times
07.31.2017
High-crime communities associated with poor academic performance in childrenEmma AdamThe Guardian
07.31.2017
Why Obamacare repeal failedCraig GarthwaiteVox
07.27.2017
Study links changes in kids' sleep, cortisol to community violenceEmma AdamWTTW Chicago Tonight
07.25.2017
Program pays Ugandan farmers to not cut treesSeema JayachandranVoice of America
07.25.2017
Cancer doesn't care how we voteMelissa SimonThe Huffington Post
07.25.2017
Violent crime hits kids' sleep, stress levelsJennifer Heissel, Emma AdamMedPage Today
07.24.2017
Ethical college admissions: Economics once againMorton SchapiroInside Higher Ed
07.23.2017
GOP leaders still insisting repeal won't take healthcare away from millionsCraig GarthwaiteThe Huffington Post
07.21.2017
Former CBO directors in both parties defend the agency after White House attacksCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
07.21.2017
Should we pay people not to cut down trees?Seema JayachandranThe Christian Science Monitor
07.21.2017
Can we pay people to save the rainforest?Seema JayachandranScience Friday
07.20.2017
A cheap fix for climate change? Pay people not to chop down treesSeema JayachandranThe New York Times
07.20.2017
Is it a good idea to pay villagers not to chop down trees?Seema JayachandranNPR
07.18.2017
How you can help save local kids from going hungry this summerDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachTime
07.17.2017
Health plan hinges on the young, but they're a tough sellCraig GarthwaiteThe Associated Press
07.09.2017
Aftershocks from Lincoln quake could be long-termSeth SteinNBC Montana
07.07.2017
No, America is not an oligarchy run by the ultra-richBenjamin PageThe Daily Signal
07.06.2017
The world doesn't mooch off U.S. health-care researchCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
07.06.2017
New horizons: economics in the 21st centuryMorton SchapiroTimes Higher Education
07.05.2017
How Trump’s Obamacare tweets and arm-twisting actually hurt his cause for repeal Craig GarthwaiteMcClatchy DC Bureau
07.03.2017
Who pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER?Craig GarthwaiteUSA Today
07.02.2017
Ethics 101 for admissions officersMorton SchapiroThe Chronicle of Higher Education
06.30.2017
I think health care is a right. I asked an expert to tell me why I'm wrong.Craig GarthwaiteVox
06.29.2017
Student privacy in education research: 'It's time' to update federal lawsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachEducation Week
06.29.2017
The Republicans’ uncertainty strategyCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
06.28.2017
No reason to light fireworks this Fourth of JulyBenjamin PageThe Hill
06.27.2017
How information overload helps spread fake news Brian UzziThe Christian Science Monitor
06.27.2017
#Pride30: Dr. Brian Mustanski is bringing LGBTQ sex ed to the massesBrian MustanskiNBC News
06.26.2017
Stripping Americans of health insurance could be deadly: studyBernard BlackReuters
06.26.2017
Children born prematurely able to perform equally as well at school as their peers, research showsDavid Figlio, Craig GarfieldThe Independent
06.20.2017
4 highlights from a U.S. Senate hearing on campus free speech Morton SchapiroThe Chronicle of Higher Education
06.18.2017
Dr. Craig Garfield, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine: The changing role of the modern day fatherCraig GarfieldWGN Radio
06.18.2017
Wisconsin's female CEOs want boards of directors to include more womenAlice EaglyUSA Today
02.07.2017
Leaked HHS draft order to fix insurance market draws mixed reviewsCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
02.07.2017
ABA's rejection of stricter Bar-Pass Rule draws support, criticismDaniel RodriguezThe National Law Journal
02.07.2017
Anniversary of 1812 earthquake ushers in preparedness monthSeth SteinWTTW - Chicago Tonight
09.20.2016
Later term births may offer future cognitive benefitsDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
09.19.2016
Could a blood test diagnose depression?Eva RedeiSelf
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR