A new study finds that consumers value compact fluorescent light bulbs less than their energy savings would imply.
A study using new US Department of Housing and Urban Development population estimates identifies affordable housing, an aging baby-boomer population, and poverty as considerations for policymakers working to address urban homelessness.
Gasoline and diesel subsidies have been criticized for encouraging excess consumption, but the total global economic cost is truly staggering, representing an annual welfare loss worth four percent of the total market for fuel.
A study of elected versus appointed treasurers finds that cities could save millions of dollars annually by entrusting their finances to bureaucrats.
Paid family leave is associated with increased employment and earnings.
Experimental research reveals that biometrics matched with artificial computers can help generate significantly more accurate security measures.
A new study attempts to predict demand for water in agricultural regions, allowing a better selection of irrigated acreage and an overall increase in water savings.
A new study suggests that preventative care has lower demand during high unemployment because it has an immediate cost but a delayed benefit.