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Media Mention Jun 28, 2021

Black Workers Stopped Making Progress on Pay. Is It Racism?

New York Times; Erik Hurst
Topics:  Employment & Wages
Media Mention May 28, 2021

Social Security Is Rethinking How It Runs Customer Service After Covid

New York Times; Manasi Deshpande
Topics:  COVID-19
Media Mention Apr 26, 2021

Here’s How The Pandemic Will Actually Boost The Economy’s Productivity, According To Goldman Sachs

Forbes; Steven J. Davis
Topics:  Employment & Wages, COVID-19
Media Mention Apr 5, 2021

Who benefits from not paying college athletes? Their coaches, for starters

Chicago Booth Review; Matt Notowidigdo
Topics:  Higher Education & Workforce Training, Employment & Wages
Media Mention Feb 11, 2020

College Major Related to Gender Wage Gap

Inside Higher Ed; Dan Black, Erik Hurst
Topics:  Employment & Wages
Media Mention Oct 4, 2019

Women are Slowly Pursuing More High-Paying Degrees, but the Pay Gap Remains, Says New Research

CNBC Make It; Dan Black, Erik Hurst
Topics:  Employment & Wages, Higher Education & Workforce Training
Media Mention Oct 4, 2019

Women Slowly Shifting to Higher-Paying College Majors

Wall Street Journal; Dan Black, Erik Hurst
Topics:  Higher Education & Workforce Training
BFI News Aug 27, 2019

UChicago’s Magne Mogstad Co-authors Memo on Universal Basic Income for Aspen Institute Economic Strategy Group

Magne Mogstad, Director of the BFI Ronzetti Initiative for the Study of Labor Markets and the Gary S. Becker Professor in Economics and the College, the Kenneth C. Griffin...
Topics:  Economic Mobility & Poverty