A new landscape report conducted by Jake Rosenfeld, a professor of sociology in Arts & Sciences, examines the decline in worker power over the last several decades and outlines policy recommendations to rebalance the economic playing field for workers.
Economist Andrew Jordan in Arts & Sciences uses data analytics to uncover potential bias in the criminal justice system by studying the decisions made by courts, police and prosecutors.
John Horn, an economics expert at Olin Business School, explains the math of inflation and why focusing on the annual rate of change, rather than month-to-month inflation changes, makes an already bad situation look worse.
Washington University in St. Louis’ Supplier Diversity Department staff debuted a new online tool designed to make partnering with diverse businesses easier.
The unprecedented scale and unanimity of the sanctions imposed on Russia have crippled its economy and represent a new form of economic warfare, according to Mark P. Taylor, dean of Olin Business School at Washington University.
An analysis of Census Pulse Survey data from Washington University’s Social Policy Institute shows that the expanded Child Tax Credit did not cause an exit from the labor force.
The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) appointed Mike Seper as the university program director at Washington University in St. Louis.
American households making less than $50,000 are more likely than higher-earning families to spend the expanded child tax credit on essential expenses and tutors for their children, found a survey from the Social Policy Institute at Washington University.
In the course “Morality and Markets,” students gain new perspectives on real-life business situations through fiction.
Although most likely temporary, inflation expectations could become self-fulfilling prophesy, according to John Horn, professor of practice in economics at Olin Business School.