Our trip to Chicago is right around the corner! It’s a rare thing for our globally-dispersed team to be together in one physical place at the same time, so if you’ll be in or around the Windy City on Sunday, June 14, we hope you will join us for one or both of these greatRead More
We’re embarking on a new research project, and we need your help!
The following end notes accompany our article, “Why Don’t They Come?” published on May 6, 2015: (1) On opportunity cost: Another way to look at this issue is through the lens of opportunity cost. In basic microeconomics, an individual’s wellbeing is a function of consumption (or how much stuff you can buy, which depends onRead More
1. Applications for our editorial team opening with a focus on alliance building are due this Thursday, April 30 at 11:59pm in your time zone. Don’t be shy! 2. We’re publishing new stuff all the time about our research process on our Createquity Insider feed. We’re learning a lot, and we’ll have a big shinyRead More
Title: Stressed Out on Four Continents: Time Crunch or Yuppie Kvetch? Author(s): Daniel S. Hamermesh and Jungmin Lee Publisher: The Review of Economics and Statistics Year: 2007 URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40043067 Topics: time stress, high-income households Methods: analysis of data from four different datasets: Australia’s “Household, Income, and Labour Dynamics in Australia” survey, Germany’s Socioeconomic Panel, theRead More
As noted in our last update, we’re working on an investigation of the relationship between arts participation and economic disadvantage. Since February, we’ve made some additional progress in the course of preparing our first feature article on this topic. We’ve reviewed five new sources and also done “deeper dives” on five of the publications thatRead More