Researchers find a link between health outcomes and the type of insurance used by patients being treated for similar medical conditions at the same hospitals.
Researchers find World Bank development projects to be less effective in politically important yet economically unstable countries.
Economists contend that polarization in Japan’s labor force could hold back the success of Abenomics.
Researchers examine whether gang-related violence can be predicted using models taken from ecology.
Amidst the debate over school district retention policies, new research claims that retaining students is associated with a decline in the test scores of their peers.
A recent survey suggests that stigmatizing images of obese people in medical health articles can significantly increase reader support for policies that discriminate against the obese.
Supply driven immigration may result in net positive employment.
Instability in federal alternative energy investment is shown to reduce innovation in the sector.
A look at one of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize winners and why its previously unsung efforts to rid the world of chemical weapons are more critical than ever.
Researchers evaluate how implementation of continuous-eligibility enrollment policies affects the average length of children’s enrollment in the Medicaid program.