The Great Resistance: Getting employees back to the office
In this policy brief, economics Professor and SIEPR Senior Fellow Nicholas Bloom shares key findings from his research on return-to-work post-pandemic and advice for restoring an in-office work culture.
Missed diagnoses: Study highlights the importance of physician skills in health care
Research by SIEPR senior fellows David Chan and Matthew Gentzkow challenges the premise that different approaches to patient care are a result of practitioner preference and suggests that policies to boost skills could improve health care efficiency.
Study on purchasing power highlights income segregation
Housing prices vary widely across American cities and clearly affect the standards of living for urban dwellers. But what about the other costs of big-city living: money spent on gas, health care, groceries, entertainment and the daily Starbucks fix?
Athey, Hoxby named to American Economic Association leadership
The American Economic Association, the country’s oldest and most prestigious professional organization in the field of economics, has named Stanford’s Susan Athey (pictured) as its next president and Caroline Hoxby as a vice president.
How the economic policies of California and Texas really compare
Talk about the rivalry between California and Texas is getting louder – and it seems, at first glance, for good reason: The Lone Star State’s population is surging, thanks partly to an exodus from the Golden State.