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Research co-authored by Professor Francine Lafontaine shows ripple effects of housing wealth.
Professor Thomas Buchmueller, writing in Fortune, analyzes the healthcare proposals of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, says Donald Trump’s positions could backfire and strengthen the environmental agenda.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Wallace Hopp shows why income inequality hurts growth, and what companies should do about it.
On PBS NewsHour, Professor Jerry Davis shows why big corporations aren’t the job creators they once were and what models might replace that.
Professors Linda Lim and Kyle Handley shed light on the likely fallout from Great Britain leaving the European Union.
Professor Jeff DeGraff says access to talent trumps lower tax rates when it comes to attracting business.
Professor Martin Schmalz, writing in Harvard Business Review, shows that common stock ownership of big banks chills competition.