Five new state and local government partners will work with J-PAL North America to develop rigorous evaluations of policies and programs related to environment, education, economic security, and housing stability.
In 14.009, a first-year class taught by Nobel laureates, MIT students discover how economics helps solve major societal problems.
MIT economist’s new research shows U.S. locales hammered by open trade with China have not rebounded, even a decade or more later.
Combining computer science, data science, and economics, Course 6-14 prepares students to address thorny quandaries in many fields.
A new survey underscores how material needs lead to movement within the Americas — at a high cost to those trying to relocate.
Honor recognizes professors who went the extra mile advising during the pandemic’s disruptions.
Professors Linda Griffith and Feng Zhang along with Guillermo Ameer ScD ’99, Darrell Gaskin SM ’87, William Hahn, and Vamsi Mootha recognized for contributions to medicine, health care, and public health.
The prestigious prize honors leadership in advancing the status of women in the economics field through example, scholarship, achievements, and mentoring.
New professors join Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Economics, Literature, Philosophy, and Political Science.
Economists find companies’ adoption of robots is partly due to shortages in middle-aged labor.
Analysis of Medicare data finds location matters, not just past health behavior.
Large-scale video campaign allowed physicians and public health messengers to encourage staying home over the 2020 holidays.