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Petra Persson
January 12, 2021

New Stanford research on ADHD diagnoses and drug treatment among youths highlights a significant issue in the diagnostic process and reveals how a single “marginal” diagnosis triggers more cases.

January 11, 2021

In a new analysis, SIEPR faculty fellow Marshall Burke and his colleagues attribute about one-third of the cost of flooding damages in the past 30 years to climate change.

Maya Rossin-Slater
January 4, 2021

Research from SIEPR’s Maya Rossin-Slater finds that students exposed to school shootings face 'lasting, persistent' adversity in their educational and long-term economic outcomes.

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Maria Polyakova
January 23, 2021 | New York Times

In general, staying at home mechanically slows the pandemic, but the effect of curfews are unclear as other business restrictions are already in place to reduce public interactions, says SIEPR faculty fellow Maria Polyakova.

January 18, 2021 | Wall Street Journal

On the issue of growing federal debt, SIEPR’s Michael Boskin warns, “At some point we’ll start paying a price for this.”

Saumitra Jha
January 17, 2021 | VOXeu

SIEPR senior fellow Saumitra Jha draws historical parallels to what happened at the U.S. Capitol in January and explains his research on how social networks of influential individuals can undermine democratic values.

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