While sanctions have become a popular tool in foreign policy, they may not be effective in confronting certain authoritarian regimes.
Residential segregation is shown to drive down income growth across all economic levels.
Despite enormous efforts to minimize financial burdens through innovative international tax planning, multinational corporations still face Effective Tax Rates largely determined by the nationality of their headquarters.
Physicians from Harvard University are concerned that, rather than helping patients, the US DOD policy requiring military doctors to force feed hunger-striking detainees at Guantanamo Bay violates professional ethics.
Researchers evaluate North Carolina’s attempts to rein in the escalating cost of retiree healthcare.
India’s Midday Meal Program provides a cushion for children’s health during times of drought and economic shock.
Exemptions to vaccines have played a large role in the reoccurrence of diseases previously thought to be under control in the United States.