CPI Research

Using a 1994 law change, we exploit quasi-experimental variation in the assignment of rent control in San Francisco to study its impacts on tenants and landlords.

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Date:
September, 2019
Author:
Rebecca Diamond, Tim McQuade, Franklin Qian

We use a major new survey of UK firms, the Decision Maker Panel, to assess the impact of the June 2016 Brexit referendum. We identify three key results. First, the UK’s decision to leave the EU has generated a large, broad and long-lasting increase in uncertainty.

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September, 2019
Author:
Nicholas Bloom, Philip Bunn, Scarlet Chen, Paul Mizen, Pawel Smietanka, Gregory Thwaites

Residential selection is central in determining children’s housing, neighborhood, and school contexts, and an extensive literature considers the social processes that shape residential searches and attainment.

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August, 2019
Author:
Hope Harvey, Kelley Fong, Kathryn Edin, Stefanie DeLuca
Date:
July, 2019
Author:
Brian Aronson, Lisa A. Keister

Highly educated women’s likelihood of combining childrearing with continuous employment over the life course has increased among recent U.S. cohorts. This trend is less evident in many postindustrial countries characterized by very low fertility.

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Date:
July, 2019
Author:
Mary C. Brinton, Eunsil Oh

School suspension and expulsion are important forms of punishment that disproportionately affect Black students, with long-term consequences for educational attainment and other indicators of wellbeing.

Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Jayanti Owens, Sara S. McLanahan

Precision medicine is at a crossroads.

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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Lee, Sandra Soo-Jin, Fullerton, Stephanie M., Saperstein, Aliya, Shim, Janet K.

A comprehensive policy agenda that could help millennials ... and other generations too.

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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Sheldon Danziger
  • Millennials benefited from the expansion of health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The share of adults in their 20s without health insurance fell by more than half from 2009 to 2017. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Mark Duggan, Jackie Li
  • Millennials spend at least as much time with relatives or friends, and hanging out at bars, as preceding generations. 
  • This commitment to relatively high rates of face-to-face interaction continues even as millennials use social media at unprecedented rates. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Mario L. Small, Maleah Fekete

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