Alternate title: Why adjusting the employment trends by age and sex will shock you, in five charts.
My hot new theory about who's driving the Piketty phenomenon (spoiler: it's college educated people with interests in economics).
Just how messy is a very strong statistical relationship?
How Chetty et al. -- and Brad Wilcox -- illustrated a .61 relationship with a .93 figure.
The burgeoning elite conversation about economic mobility, poverty, and inequality is good news. It's avoidance of race is not.
Which comes first, the Nobel prize or the citations in sociology journals?
Is it to much to ask an economist to at least consider the possibility that money itself matters?
It's a trick question. (Like, are 100% of Americans either hungry or recently hungry?)
File this economics paper that doesn't take 20 years of sociology research into account under shocked. Shocked.
Can attitudes toward married women's work are going bear the burden of explaining two decades of stalled progress into the labor force for both single and married women?