New research says start-up activity declined after the handover, compared to what it should have been had things remained the same.
New research shows they are increasingly segregated by education.
An expert on developing economies explains how a slowing Chinese economy could be good for China — and for the rest of us.
A pair of sociologists finds the answer — and uncovers political subcultures in the process.
Research in Sierra Leone offers insights into how to help voters elect better leaders, dampen ethnic rivalries, and strengthen democracy.
Market reactions to eurozone unification led to divergent labor productivity rates.
A novel tax-reform strategy in Europe reduces subsidies for taking on debt.
A macroeconomist says that despite the risks, long-term growth patterns should make you optimistic about the future.
New research by Ilan Guttman explores how information disclosure can affect financial panics.
A letter by Anat R. Admati and Neil M. Barofsky published by the Financial Times, March 8, 2012