Featured Research Project: The Life-cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program

High-quality early childhood programs can yield up to a 13 percent return on investment, according to a new paper by James Heckman, Jorge Luis Garcia et al.

3 Questions with Damon Jones

“Think outside of the box when it comes to accessing your dream data set.” MIP network member Damon Jones gives advice to emerging economists in our 3 Questions series.

3 Questions with Martha Bailey

“We know very little about the dynamic processes that drive the evolution of inequality...over time.” MIP network member Martha Bailey spoke to HCEO about what areas of research are in need of further study.

Research Spotlight: Matching Systems for Refugee Resettlement

There were more than 65 million forcibly displaced people by the end of 2015. To help resettle the growing number of refugees faster and more efficiently, Will Jones and Alexander Teytelboym propose a matching system.

SSSI 2017 Chicago Applications are Open

Applications are now open for our 2017 Chicago Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality. SSSI will provide a state-of-the-art overview on the study of inequality and human flourishing.