In the Media

Needed But Not Wanted

9/29/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri in the Economist.

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Stop Overusing the Word "Genius"

9/25/2016 - Distinguished Professor of Psychology Dean Simonton in the LA Times.

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The Inevitable Evolution of Bad Science

9/21/2016 - Professor of Psychology Simine Vazire in The Atlantic.

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A Girl With Two Graves

9/18/2016 - Professor of Anthropology Jelmer Eerkens in the LA Times.

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Poverty Drop Signals Need for Real Progress

9/16/2016 - Professor of Economics Ann Huff Stevens at The Truthout.

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Things Are Getting Better for the Working Poor

9/13/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri in The Washington Post.

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Are Immigrants Taking Your Job?

9/6/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri at Bloomberg BNA.

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High-Skilled Immigrants Fuel Economic Growth

8/24/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri in The Daily Caller.

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Canada looking like U.S. before the financial crisis

8/21/2016 - Professor of Economics Alan Taylor on Canada's Business News Network.

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Worker Hours Are More Unpredictable Than Ever

8/22/2016 - Assistant Professor of Sociology Ryan Finnigan at Bloomberg.

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What’s left of the right after Trump?

8/21/2016 - Professor of Political Science Walter Stone in The Boston Globe.

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How America Grew -- and Grew Unequal

8/17/2016 - Professor of History Eric Rauchway and Distinguished Professor of Economics Peter Lindert in The American Prospect.

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