Two years of COVID have changed our relationship to work and shaken up the job-matching process. Institute advisor Jon Kleinberg on the power of technology to confront biases and make smarter choices. A dive into data on why many Black homeowners struggle to build housing wealth.
This issue examines opportunity. Institute advisor Rucker Johnson shares research on meaningful education reforms. We consider why labor markets with few firms hurt workers and how workforce programs help people land jobs with potential.
This issue explores economic inclusion. Our advisors share thoughts on how it spurs growth. Nobel Laureate Esther Duflo discusses ways to reduce global poverty. Scholars research inclusion in education, immigration, and more. A data dive on two-year college funding shows who benefits and how.
Institute economists respond to COVID-19, William Spriggs calls for systemic change in economics, and Sandra Black explores unequal opportunity. Plus visiting scholars on criminal justice, race bias in taxes, higher wages, and urban change; and a data dive into pandemic inequality.
Director Abigail Wozniak on her vision for the Institute and President Neel Kashkari on structural barriers to participation and economic well-being. Plus scholar profiles, conference highlights, research digests, and a data dive into housing costs, land use, and population growth.