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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
also showing the negative consequences of screen time
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
Comparing inequality in Germany and the US: although market income inequality developed similarly, policies do make a difference. Considering pensions and benefits (gross income) and taxation (disposable income), the picture changes significantly, says
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
putting things into perspective: even low income individuals within the US income distribution are above the median when considering the global income distribution. 50% of the US incomes are even located in the top 10% of the global income distribution.
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Julia Rohrer Jul 10
Replying to @dingding_peng
People from the US are overly optimistic about upward mobility (going from bottom fifth to top fifth); all the included European countries are actually realistic to mildly pessimistic. >
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briq institute Jul 9
The 2018 Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality Bonn jointly organized with has started. A very big welcome to all participants and lecturers!
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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
Why do just one workshop when you can do two and the Tübingen Personality Series?
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Kathryn DelGenio Aug 13
I was nervous for my first conference as a grad student, but and were such invigorating, affirming spaces. Looking forward to the years to come!
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HCEO Aug 3
Jones: using taxes as a stimulus was discredited in late 79s with stagflation, but was revisited during recession
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Julia Rohrer Jul 10
Replying to @dingding_peng
Pessimism (assuming that people at the bottom stay at the bottom) correlates with demand of higher top tax rate; optimism about upward mobility leads to demand of lower top tax rate; both in correlational and experimental study.
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HCEO Sep 10
Read the latest issue of , which features an overview of Chicago
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Lea Marzo, M.A. Aug 12
Philly it’s been real. Peace.
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EricAnthonyGrollman Aug 10
Here are the events related to trans, non-binary, and intersex issues happening at the conference in Philly:
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EricAnthonyGrollman Aug 9
All-gender restrooms will be available. Signage will be posted to direct attendees to these facilities. will provide a space to write-in one’s pronoun(s) on conference badges. A sign explaining pronouns with examples will be posted.
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EricAnthonyGrollman Aug 9
Check out 's talk, “The Radiant Self: Transgender Discursive Resistance and Narrative Self-Making.” Tomorrow morning, 10:15am-11:45am.
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Rosario Aldunate Aug 8
Thanks to for ... it was an amazing week!
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HCEO Aug 4
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 3
Last day of with insights by on tax policy and inequality: although difficult to implement, economists in theory would like to tax the ability to consume. This includes unrealized capital gains, fringe benefits and imputed rent for homeowners.
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Michelle Rosenberger Aug 1
talks about the thirty million word gap between low and high children and the TMW’s model for parent-centered public health approach to early learning.
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Nelson Oviedo Jul 31
Second day at the . on the American gun market.
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Salar Khaleghzadegan Jul 31
Second day of with : access to data and measurement with randomized trials is key if we hope to address problems in health, education and criminal justice. Evidence is needed to engage stakeholders to advocate for policy change!
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