New research explores how population size relates to CO2 emissions efficiency.
Recent study finds that political and ideological factors as well as increased congestion may be driving states to privatize their transportation infrastructure.
Is it possible that delinquency can be both a cause and a consequence of weakened social bonds and low academic achievement?
Researchers point to a new way to analyze traffic congestion in growing cities.
A study examines the ties between income, race, and children’s after school activities in Phoenix, Arizona.
Researchers examine how early social interaction shapes the gender identity of women and influences their choice of work hours.
A study of market factors that influence Medicare’s ability to set prices provides interesting and offsetting long term implications.
Carefully designed randomized trials could help to assess which low-cost efficiency measures have the most notable effect on heating related energy consumption.
New research suggests corn ethanol mandates are having minimal success in achieving their goals while contributing to massive increases in food prices in the United States and across the world.