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In the News

Ariel Kalil on behavioral insights into family planning

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10.21.2014
Behavioral Insights and Family Planning
via - Brookings Institution

Steve Cicala and Michael Greenstone on the economist's approach to climate change

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10.12.2014
What Would Milton Friedman Do About Climate Change? Tax Carbon
via - Forbes

Benjamin Keys' research on the effects of changing mortgage rates

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10.09.2014
How mortgage rates affect car purchases, credit card debt and jobs
via - Wonkblog

Public Radio International President Alisa Miller, MPP'99, on new storytelling series about women

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09.30.2014
2015: The Year of the Woman: Interview With Alisa Miller, President and CEO of Public Radio International.
via - Huffington Post

Benjamin Keys' research on home refinancing mistakes

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09.25.2014
Why did millions of Americans just not bother to refinance their mortgages?
via - Washington Post

John J. Peller, MPP'00, appointed president and CEO of Aids Foundation of Chicago

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09.25.2014
John Peller appointed president and CEO of AIDS Foundation of Chicago
via - Chicago Phoenix

Brett Goldstein on CAPP and urban ecosystems

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09.24.2014
It's What You Do With Data: Understanding Urban Ecosystems
via - Code for America

Chicago Harris COO Marc Farinella, AM’87, on North Carolina's shifting political dynamics

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09.23.2014
North Carolina, in Political Flux, Battles for Its Identity
via - New York Times

Asst. Prof. Anjali Adukia and Sara Heller, PhD'13, honored with APPAM's 2014 dissertation awards

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09.18.2014
APPAM Presents 2014 Best Dissertation Award to University of Chicago’s Anjali Adukia
via - Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management

Roger Myerson on economic development in Ukraine

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09.15.2014
Chicago recipe for treating Ukraine's weaknesses
via - Kyiv Post