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economics

Neuroscience
Foragers rush in
Published Dec 18, 2018
Are you that holiday bargain hunter, hurrying from store to store? Your habits may be rooted in theories of "optimal foraging," experts find.
Economics
Substance abuse or self-medication?
Published Dec 18, 2018
Study links availability of improved antidepressants to decline in heavy drug and alcohol use
The fan in the econ stands
Published Winter 2018
P.J. O'Rourke talks about learning economics in war zones, how politics and economics intertwine, and how to know when something's funny / Johns Hopkins Magazine
International economics
Political economist named BDP
Published Nov 27, 2018
Filipe Campante's research examines what constrains politicians and policymakers beyond formal checks and balances
Economics
Black students who have a black teacher more likely to go to college
Published Nov 12, 2018
Positive outcomes sparked by same-race role models can last into adulthood and potentially shrink the educational attainment gap, study finds
Economics and race
The boomerang generation
Published May 7, 2018
The economy kept black and white young adults from leaving the nest, but for two very different reasons, study finds
Under the weather
Lessons from the 2017 hurricane season
Published Jan 5, 2018
Carey Business School faculty members explore how we might apply the lessons of business and economics to the threat of natural disasters
Q+A
Economist discusses next Fed chair
Published Nov 2, 2017
Carey School's Alessandro Rebucci offers insight on Jerome Powell, Trump's pick to lead the Federal Reserve
Data-driven look at city's business challenges
Published Oct 24, 2017
University and city leaders discuss recent report from Johns Hopkins' 21st Century Cities Initiative
21st Century Cities
How Baltimore can help businesses prosper
Published Sept 28, 2017
New report from 21st Century Cities Initiative examines how funding in Baltimore affects small businesses, economic growth