Large study of existing research shows incremental improvement in patient outcomes and productivity, without big employment changes.
Study suggests automatically starting benefits at the outset of a recession would remove uncertainty for workers.
MIT Refugee Action Hub event convene learners, activists, and educators from around the world in storytelling and collaboration.
New J-PAL North America publication helps policymakers understand summer programs’ wide-ranging benefits, in such areas as criminal justice involvement, education, and development.
Empowering a global community of learners in displacement.
How sectoral employment training can advance economic mobility for workers who face barriers to employment
J-PAL North America publication highlights the promise of sectoral employment programs in combating US wage inequality.
Combining computer science, data science, and economics, Course 6-14 prepares students to address thorny quandaries in many fields.
Artificial intelligence is top-of-mind as Governor Baker, President Reif encourage students to “see yourself in STEM.”
Economists find companies’ adoption of robots is partly due to shortages in middle-aged labor.
Conference brings together educators, policymakers, and industry leaders to consider new education models to train skilled workers.
Researchers find improvement in relative retention of women but predict decades of sustained effort are required to achieve gender parity.