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Caring about taxing people with money could be a way out for the Colombian government suggests Professor James Robinson.
As per a recent study co-authored by Assistant Professor Ganong shows that the unemployment expansion helped certain firms earn more than usual.
In the wake of Derek Chauvin trial, Lecturer Clayton Harris discusses the future evolution of how police do their job.
Professor Konstantin Sonin discusses the state of Russia’s opposition in the background of President Vladimir Putin’s annual state-of-the-nation speech.
A study co-authored by Professor Bruce D. Meyer shows an increase in poverty rates as the stimulus from last year expired.
Oxtoby & Yablonka were featured in the Chicago Booth Review discussing how economic inequality—particularly the racial wealth gap—poses a major threat to US corporations.