Sep 4, 2018
In Europe and the United States, stock-based compensation discourages long-term corporate sustainability
Feb 6, 2019
For years, governments in India and much of the developing world have followed the advice of a paper arguing that labor regulations actually hurt workers. The problem? The research was wrong.
Mar 7, 2019
US counties with prison labor often have lower wage and employment growth
Oct 2, 2018
Getting published in a top five economics journal is a near-requirement for tenure. But it’s a poor measure of research quality within a system that punishes creativity.
Nov 21, 2019
The U.S. economy is increasingly becoming a dual economy, where high productivity sectors—such as manufacturing—and high pay sectors—such as finance and professional services—co-exist with low pay and low productivity sectors that employ most workers.
Mar 9, 2020
Establishing legal responsibility in the fissured workplace
Apr 30, 2020
States can be sorted into two groups with statistically significantly different productivity regimes. In this sense, the US economy shows signs of dualism—which is the idea that the economy consists of heterogeneous units that exhibit different behaviors and levels of performance.
Sep 28, 2020
Persistent changes in unemployment have lasting consequences for income distribution
Sep 29, 2020
INET explores how technological and economic changes are affecting employment