14 September 2020
Using data for Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York City, and Philadelphia,
, , and estimate that total COVID-19 cases per capita decrease on average by approximately 20 percent for every ten percentage point fall in mobility between February and May 2020.
11 September 2020
, , and explore how policy changes in Germany since 1980, in particular pension reforms, have contributed to a decline followed by a considerable increase in the employment rate of those aged 55 to 69.
10 September 2020
Labor market entrants during the Great Recession have lower wages and employment rates than those who entered the labor market earlier. For more recent cohorts, employment is even lower but wages have rebounded, a study by
9 September 2020
Conditional on surviving to age 35, one additional year of education is associated with roughly 0.4 more years of life for both men and women for cohorts born 1906-1915, according to a study by
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8 September 2020
Data on the impacts of severe and average hurricanes on elective health-care services analyzed by
, , and suggest that it will take over three years for health-care providers to make up revenue lost due to COVID-19.