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September 6, 2021

A new study by SIEPR senior fellow Tom Dee shows students assigned to an ethnic studies course had longer-term improvements in attendance and graduation rates.

August 27, 2021

Using data science and machine learning concepts, SIEPR Senior Fellow Daniel Ho and a team of Stanford researchers identified disparities in COVID-19 testing and helped expand door-to-door outreach in a local Latinx community affected disproportionately by the pandemic. 

Liran Einav
August 10, 2021

As health care delivery evolves from the pandemic, SIEPR’s Liran Einav and his colleagues find that concerns over higher costs and lower-quality care from telemedicine may well be overblown.

Media Mentions

Scott Rozelle
September 14, 2021 | Los Angeles Times
SIEPR's Scott Rozelle, an expert on rural development in China, weighs in on China's economic outlook, efforts to end poverty, and what's in store for "the China we don't see."

 

Marshall Burke
September 13, 2021 | The Hill

“All evidence suggests a business as usual scenario where we don’t rapidly scale up our efforts to get fuels out of the forest, we’re going to see a lot more extreme wildfire. The science is clear on that,” says SIEPR's Marshall Burke.

Nick Bloom
September 13, 2021 | Forbes

As companies trying to find the optimal balance between remote work and working in the same location, Forbes asks: Should we embrace a fully remote model or is a hybrid model preferable? Research by SIEPR's Nick bloom is cited.

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