Election results create a partisan gap in economic sentiment, but it doesn't translate to spending.
University of Chicago's Ariel Kalil and Ufuk Akcigit join Chicago Booth's Amir Sufi to discuss how early-childhood development, innovation, and inequality affect social mobility.
One of the last major efforts to deregulate banking proved quite successful for some states in the short run, but these same states were later hurt by the effects of the regulatory easing.
Evidence is revealing the power, limits, and confounding effects of monetary policy.
By analyzing variations in local and regional economies, researchers are increasingly uncovering insights obscured by the big picture.