The New York Times asks, how can the U.S. design a cost effective paid family leave plan that actually serves those who need it? SIEPR's resident parental leave policy expert, Maya Rossin-Slater, weighs in.
SIEPR Senior Fellow Eric Hanushek is one of two recipients of the 2021 Yidan Prize. The prize recognizes individuals and teams who have contributed significantly to education research and education development.
Emerging research by SIEPR's Marshall Burke unveils a broad threat to human health posed by wildfires and toxic smoke: “There's no magic threshold under which we're OK. The lesson is that any amount is bad. And the more you get the worse it is.”
As lawmakers aim to make the standing Child Tax Credit payment program more inclusive to better accommodate people in a wider variety of living situations, Politico warns it could become a bureaucratic nightmare. SIEPR's Jacob Goldin is quoted.
As the debate about California-to-Texas migration pits low-cost, anti-regulation Texas against higher-income, socially liberal California, San Francisco Chronicle cites research from SIEPR's Mark Duggan to assess how the states really stack up.