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SIEPR policy briefs are grounded in academic research and inform economic policy debates and discussions.
- Borgschulte, M., Molitor, D., & Zou, E. . (2022). Wildfires reveal the large toll of air pollution on labor market outcomes. Policy Brief.
- Duggan, M. ., & Hou, E. (2022). Apples and Oranges: Contrasting economic policy in New York and Florida. Policy Brief.
- Adrian, T., Bolton, P., & Kleinnijenhuis, A. (2022). The Great Carbon Arbitrage: Going short on coal and long on renewables. Policy Brief.
- Rossin-Slater, M. (2022). Surviving a school shooting: Impacts on the mental health, education, and earnings of American youth. Policy Brief.
- Asmundson, I., & Duggan, M. (2022). Overdue: Why California needs to reform unemployment insurance funding. Policy Brief.
- Lee, A. (2022). How Medicare can reduce waste in post-acute care: The case of skilled nursing facilities. Policy Brief.
- Stein, C., & Hill, R. (2021). Race to the bottom: How competition to publish first can hurt scientific quality. Policy Brief.
- Andonov, A., Rauh, J., & de Zeeuw, M. (2021). Private investigations: Can institutional investors fill the infrastructure gap?. Policy Brief.
- Duggan, M., & Olmstead, S. (2021). A tale of two states: Contrasting economic policy in California and Texas. Policy Brief.
- Fogli, A., & Pastorino, E. (2021). Challenges and opportunities from the pandemic in Europe: The case of Italy. Policy Brief.