Tipping the Scale: Why Utility-scale Solar Avoids a Solar Rebound and What It Means for U.S. Solar Policy
Habit and Skill Retention in Recycling
Managerial Human Capital and Corporate R&D Investment
Advances in Causal Inference at the Intersection of Air Pollution and Health Outcomes
Preheating Prosocial Behaviour
Notching for Free: Do Cyclists Reveal the Opportunity Cost of Time?
Changes in Electricity Use Following COVID-19 Stay-at-home Behavior
Household Responses to Winter Heating Costs: Implications for Energy Pricing Policies and Demand-Side Alternatives
RCTs Against the Machine: Can Machine Learning Prediction Methods Recover Experimental Treatment Effects?
Are Socio-demographic and Economic Characteristics Good Predictors of Misinformation During an Epidemic?
Water Affordability in the United States
Violence and Financial Decisions: Evidence from Mobile Money in Afghanistan
Students’ Preferences for Returning to Colleges and Universities During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Discrete Choice Experiment
Curbing Online Cheating Among Undergraduates by Daniel Dench and Theodore Joyce
Student Evaluations Show Bias Against Female Professors
Utility-Scale Solar Farms and Agricultural Land Values
Trading One Waste for Another? Unintended Consequences of Fly Ash Reuse in the Indian Electric Power Sector.
An Easier Way to Estimate Conditional Quantile Functions
One Step Closer Towards Reliable Causal Inference
Analyzing Racial and Ethnic Differences in the USA through the Lens of Multidimensional Poverty
One More Step Towards Overcoming the Shortcomings in the Models with Ordered Categorical Data
Study Tackles Both Serial and Spatial Correlation in Panel Data Difference-in-Difference Models
Towards More Accurate Estimates of Air Pollution in Beijing
Smart Thermostat, Automation, and Time-Varying Prices
Immunization in Times of Armed Conflict
Can Community Crime Monitoring Reduce Student Absenteeism?
Recessions, Unemployment, and Mental Health
Trip Decisions and Mode Choices to Out-patient Health Care Facilities
How Hospitals Can Improve Their Public Quality Metrics: A Decision-Theoretic Model
Are Fossil Fuel Resources Important for Economic Development?
Motivating Effort in Online Learning: A Field Experiment by Daniel Dench, PhD
Countervailing Power: Evidence from the China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines Merger
How Socioeconomic Factors Affect the Use of Medical Imaging During the Covid Pandemic
The Well-Being of Nations: Estimating Welfare from International Migration
How the Covid-19 Pandemic Affects Job Stress
Language, Internet and Platform Competition
Land Reform and Child Health in the Kyrgyz Republic
Radiologists and Practice Separation: A Growing Trend
Middle School Integration in New York Schools: Plotting a Path to Success
The Complex Relationship Between Income and Smoking
Are Trade Sanctions Credible or Are They Cheap Talk?
Complex Job Tasks Improve Problem Solving Skills
Location Choices of Undocumented Migrants: Does Access to Higher Education Matter
School of Economics Study Examines Impact of Trade Liberalization on Wage Gap, Work Patterns
Multidimensional Economic Deprivation during the Coronavirus Pandemic: Early Evidence from the United States
The Impact of Family Co-residence and Childcare on Children’s Cognitive Skill
Effects of Paid Sick Leave on Worker Absenteeism
Where Economics and Health Intersect: Taxes on E-Cigs Hurt Attempts to Quit Smoking
Study Shows War's Toll on Children's Long-Term Health
New Research Sheds Light on How Trade Agreements Increase International Trade
Using Imaging Data to Understand Pandemic's Impact on Medical Sector
Georgia Tech Leads Team Effort to Reduce Georgia's Carbon Footprint
New Research Explains the World Trade Organization's Response to Export Subsidies