In this second part of an interview with economist Jonathan Rothwell, he explains that a just society wouldn’t reward different professions so unequally.
In this interview with Jonathan Rothwell about his new book, A Republic of Equals, he explains how U.S. racism helped create elite, highly paid professions.
New research suggests that ride-hailing is associated with increases in drinking behaviors in U.S. cities and metro areas.
Just four coastal areas of the country dominate on the Startup Complexity Index, a new measure developed by researchers at the Brookings Institution.
Safety advocates have long complained that media outlets tend to blame pedestrians and cyclists who are hit by cars. Research suggests they’re right.
A new study shows that the country faces different opioid challenges in urban and rural areas.
Since 1980, economists say, wage growth for the highest-paid workers has been roughly triple that for the lowest paid. In some cities, the disparity is wider.
A new report spells out how to move from the top-down, grant-based model for community development to a more localized, entrepreneurial approach.
A new study uses artificial intelligence to find that jobs done by highly skilled workers are the most likely to be affected by AI.
According to a new analysis, places away from the coasts in the Sunbelt and West are pulling ahead when it comes to attracting talented workers.