The Economics of Small Things–An Indian economist in the United States offers a sweet and gentle introduction to economics drawn from his personal and professional life. I enjoyed many of the essays though I have to disagree with one–it makes a difference whether you go to the mangoes or the mangoes come to you as […]
Abu Dhabi fintech NymCard raises $7.6 million Series A to democratize card issuance in Middle East & Africa MENAbytesAbu Dhabi fintech NymCard raises $7.6 million Series A to democratize card issuance in Middle East & Africa MENAbytes
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From Mike Insler, Alexander F. McQuoid, Ahmed Rahman, and Katherine A. Smith, here is an apparently major result: This work disentangles aspects of teacher quality that impact student learning and performance. We exploit detailed data from post-secondary education that links students from randomly assigned instructors in introductory-level courses to the students’ performances in follow-on courses […]
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(7) Intergenerational Mobility of Immigrants in the United States over Two Centuries By Ran Abramitzky, Leah Boustan, Elisa Jacome and Santiago Perez Using millions of father-son pairs spanning more than 100 years of US history, we find that children of immigrants from nearly every sending country have higher rates of upward mobility than children of […]
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