Podcast episode Dec 31, 2020

The Pandemic Recession’s Gender Gap

Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Yana Gallen, Heather Sarsons
Women suffered significantly in the early months of the current recession, raising important questions about...
Topics:  COVID-19, Employment & Wages
Podcast episode Dec 17, 2020

A Vaccine for Billions

Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Michael Kremer, Canice Prendergast
The economic benefits of ending the COVID-19 pandemic even one day earlier are enormous. Michael...
Topics:  COVID-19, Health care
Podcast episode Dec 3, 2020

Pre-existing Confusion: The US Health Insurance System

Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Katherine Baicker, Matthew J. Notowidigdo, Stacy Lindau
The American health insurance system is complex, politically divisive, in need of reform, and facing...
Topics:  Health care, COVID-19
Research Brief

Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Family Dynamics in Economically Vulnerable Households • The Education Gradient in Maternal Enjoyment of Time in Childcare

A Google search of “parenting and mothers during covid” in mid-October 2020 returned nearly 300...
Topics:  COVID-19, Economic Mobility & Poverty, Early Childhood Education
Insight Oct 12, 2020

We’re public health experts. We need to do a better job of talking to conservatives.

Washington Post; Lindsey J. Leininger, Harold Pollack
Topics:  COVID-19
Podcast episode Oct 8, 2020

Deep Dive Series – The Health Care Conundrum, Part 2

Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Katherine Baicker, Stacy Lindau, Neale Mahoney, David Meltzer, Kenneth Polonsky
The US pays roughly twice as much per person for healthcare as other wealthy nations....
Topics:  COVID-19, Health care
Podcast episode Sep 24, 2020

Deep Dive Series – The Health Care Conundrum, Part 1

Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Katherine Baicker, Pietro Tebaldi
The global pandemic has revealed critical gaps and weaknesses in the US health care system....
Topics:  COVID-19, Health care
Research Brief

The Allocation of Talent and US Economic Growth

Imagine falling sick in a world where half or more of all the good doctors were intentionally kept out of the profession. How confident would you be in the care you received? Or imagine that you needed a lawyer to get you out of a tight legal jam, yet roughly half of the brightest legal minds were intentionally unavailable?
Topics:  Employment & Wages