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Melissa Kearney Comments on the Decline in Male Workers on NPR
There’s much less demand for the labor of less-educated men despite the job boon after the Great Recession
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Melissa Kearney featured in The New York Times on the interaction between economic growth and family formation
Social context partially determines the family formation response to a positive income or earnings shock
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Melissa Kearney Criticizes Universal Basic Income (UBI)
Despite the growing popularity, UBI is a flawed idea that would do little to fix problems
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Melissa Kearney featured in The New York Times on Early Childhood Intervention
Children exposed to "Sesame Street" were more likely to be enrolled in the correct grade level for their age at middle and high school
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Melissa Kearney and Katharine Abraham's paper featured in The Hill on Yang's debate over job loss
Heated Democratic debate between Yang and Sen. Warren (D-Mass) on whether automation caused job loss
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Melissa Kearney featured in The Hill on Yang's "Freedom Dividend"
Yang's Freedom Dividend is not likely to reduce social inequality seriously
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Melissa Kearney featured in SPIN on teen pregnancy
Teen parenthood TV series could be partially credited for teen birth rate drop
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Kearney comments on income inequality for CNBC
People believing the system is rigged against them is not only damaging to Democracy but also to the functioning of the economy
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Kearney on incentives for saving money
Saving money while winning prizes is an incentive that customers are not biting on
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Causal Effects of Economic Conditions on Family Formation: Evidence from the Fracking Boom
Melissa Kearney aims to determine the influence of economic prospects on family formation among less educated men
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