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Abraham, Kearney map labor changes
Washington Post Wonkblog item gives detailed report on findings
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Critical Race Initiative - 5th Annual Parren J. Mitchell Symposium
Race & Wealth Inequality: Examining Shades of Opportunity
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Oscar Barbarin, African American Studies
The Emergence of Externalizing Problems in Boys of Color
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Article ReferenceIntroduction to the Special Issue on Consumer Protection
This article introduces the Marketing Science Special Issue on Consumer Protection. This special issue and an accompanying conference were conceived as a partnership with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. We outline the potential areas and opportunities for academic scholarship in marketing to inform regulation on consumer protection. We group the areas of potential research and the papers in the special issue into three broad buckets: (1) what consumers need protection from, especially the need for regulations in new industries; (2) the impact of existing regulations; and (3) the distributional impact of regulations. The article concludes with a call for ongoing policy-relevant research on consumer protection.
Located in MPRC People / Ginger Zhe Jin, Ph.D. / Ginger Zhe Jin Publications
Rashawn Ray featured in Vox on how black males vote in the presidential campaign
Huge gender gap among black voters for Trump
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Katharine Abraham featured in The New York Times on Coronavirus Depression
The U.S. government is trying to build, at great speed, a three-legged stool to prevent long-lasting economic depression from the Coronavirus outbreak
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Standard measures of Unemployment make U.S. labor market looks a bit too tight
Katharine Abraham and John Haltiwanger examine U.S. labor market tightness by addressing the limitations of the standard measures
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Katharine Abraham featured in The New York Times on Unemployment due to COVID-19 Outbreak
Economists expect as many as a record 20 million job losses and an unemployment rate of around 15% in the April job report
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Katharine Abraham featured in Bloomberg on Job Saving after the COVID-19 Hit
States' short-time compensation, or shared-work programs, are effective in helping retain trained staff members during COVID-19 outbreak
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Melissa Kearney analyzes COVID-19 Social Insurance on EconoFact
Cash payments provide a financial lifeline through this time of income loss. Workers in the hardest-hit industries have low earnings and few savings.
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