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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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Kearney quoted in Washington Post article on economic inequality in large cities
Big cities no longer an economic driver of the middle class for the less educated and minority populations
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Kearney research featured in the Washington Post
Expanding access to college education raises the median income, but does little to close the gap between rich and poor
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Kearney suggests targeting crucial to economic support packages
Senate proposal pushes potential $10,000 per month economic support, CNBC report says
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Kearney's work featured in the Washington Post
Research team tests best practices for helping low-income people get an education and move out of poverty
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Macroeconomic Conditions and Marital Dissolution
Faculty Associate Melissa Kearney explores marriage markets through an R03 with North Carolina State University
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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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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 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 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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