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Resources for Policymakers

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SIEPR experts produce monthly policy briefs and are available to provide insights on a vast array of economic policy topics organized in our Focal Areas. Our faculty regularly testify on Capitol Hill and in state legislatures, and advise government officials.

Policy Briefs

Brouillette, J.-F., Jones, C., & Klenow, P. (2021). Race and Economic Well-Being in the United States. Working Paper.
Goldin, J., Maag, E., & Michelmore, K. (2021). Estimating the Net Fiscal Cost of a Child Tax Credit Expansion. Working Paper.

Focal Areas

Our faculty affiliates delve deeply into a dozen focal areas that go to the heart of the most pressing economic policy issues. But economic research doesn’t always fit into just one category. That’s why you’ll find plenty of overlap in our scholars’ interests that reflects novel collaborations and innovative research agendas.

Explore the full list of our Focal Areas

Research Highlights and Media Mentions

Latest Working Papers

Brouillette, J.-F., Jones, C., & Klenow, P. (2021). Race and Economic Well-Being in the United States. Working Paper.
Goldin, J., Maag, E., & Michelmore, K. (2021). Estimating the Net Fiscal Cost of a Child Tax Credit Expansion. Working Paper.
Bartel, A., Rossin-Slater, M., Ruhm, C., Slopen, M., & Waldfogel, J. (2021). Support for Paid Family Leave among Small Employers Increases during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Working Paper.