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February 7, 2018

SIEPR’s Victor Fuchs explains what a single-payer system could achieve, what would probably never happen, and why.

January 31, 2018

SIEPR’s Rebecca Diamond’s latest research explores a broad range of issues that might affect how and whether low-income consumers buy healthful foods.

January 9, 2018

The three-term Democratic senator worked across party lines to close loopholes, lower rates and simplify the tax code.

in the News

James Liang
February 8, 2018

The Economist cites SIEPR Advisory Board member James Liang — a research professor in economics at Peking University — and his insights on the impact of China’s two-child rule.

John Shoven
January 23, 2018

SIEPR’s John Shoven finds that waiting just a few months before retiring has enormous advantages no matter how much you make. A Bloomberg columnist highlights the new research, predicting “it’ll become a staple of retirement advice in coming years.”

Emily Oster
January 16, 2018

SIEPR’s Trione Visiting Professor Emily Oster writes in the New York Times about how a new law changed behavior "more effectively than a thousand public service announcements might have.” Vaccinations are up, and the risk of disease outbreaks has gone down.