|May 8, 2013||
Judith Scott-Clayton, Teachers College, Columbia University
|April 4, 2013||
Richard J. Murnane, Harvard Graduate School of Education
|February 28, 2013||
Daniel Shoag, Harvard Kennedy School
|January 15, 2013||
Joshua Goodman, Harvard Kennedy School
|December 11, 2012||
Yolanda Kodrzycki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|November 28, 2012||
William Mass and Michael DiNardi, University of Massachusetts Lowell
|November 7, 2012||
Julia Dennett and Alicia Sasser Modestino, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|October 25, 2012||
Daphne Kenyon, Adam H. Langley and Bethany Paquin, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
|September 26, 2012||
Paul Willen, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"Some Even Newer Evidence on Foreclosure Externalties in Condo Associations"
|June 7, 2012||
Bo Zhao and David Coyne, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|May 8, 2012||
Brigitte Madrian, Harvard University
|April 26, 2912||
Katherine Baicker, Harvard School of Public Health
|March 8, 2012||
Andrew Reschovsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
|February 16, 2012||
Michael P. Johnson and Rachel B. Drew, McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, University of Massachusetts-Boston
|January 31, 2012||
Andy Sum, Northeastern University
|December 8, 2011||
Ben Forman, MassINC.
|November 9, 2011||
John Dorrer, Robert Holm, and Steve Quimby, Jobs for the Future
|October 27, 2011||
Robert Clifford, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|October 5, 2011||
Robert Lee, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
|May 10, 2011||
Ross Gittell and Josh Stillwagon,
University of New Hampshire
|April 27, 2011||
Ann Collins, Abt Associates, and
|April 12, 2011||
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|February 16, 2011||
Bruce Wallin, Northeastern University, and Jeffrey Zabel, Tufts University
|January 11, 2011||
Daphne A. Kenyon and Adam H. Langley, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
|December 15, 2010|| Alicia Sasser, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
“Mismatch in the Labor Market: Measuring the Supply and Demand for Skilled Labor in New England”
|November 3, 2010||
Housing supply and economic growth in Massachusetts
Edward Moscovitch, Cape Ann Economics
Alan Clayton-Matthews, Northeastern University
|October 20, 2010||
Joshua Goodman, Harvard University
|October 6, 2010||
Jeffrey Thompson, University of Massachusetts
David Vail, Bowdoin College
|June 2, 2010||
Beth Boulay, Kenyon Maree, and Beth Gamse, Abt Associates
Chris Gabrieli, Mass2020
May 18, 2010
|Joan Fitzgerald, Northeastern University
"Emerald Cities: Urban Sustainability and Economic Development"
April 28, 2010
|David A. Jaeger, City University of New York Graduate Center
"The Economic Diversity of Immigration Across the United States"
Joint work with Rachel M. Friedberg, Brown University
|March 31, 2010||
Financial Resources of Older New Englanders: Status and Implications
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Laura Henze Russell, Good Works Consulting
|February 9, 2010||
Parag Pathak, MIT
|January 12, 2010||
Michael Goodman, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Rebecca Loveland, University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute, and Kathleen Wilkinson, University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute
"The IT Industry: Hub of the Massachusetts Technology Economy"
|December 10, 2009||Bo Zhao, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"Does Springfield Receive Its Fair Share of Municipal Aid? Implications for Aid Formula Reform in Massachusetts"
|November 3, 2009|| Bridget Terry Long, Harvard University
"The Role of Simplification and Information in College Decisions: Results from the H&R Block FAFSA Experiment"
(co-authored by Eric P. Bettinger, Philip Oreopoulos, and Lisa Sanbonmatsu)
|October 15, 2009|| Ana Patricia Muñoz and Yolanda Kodrzycki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
"Reinvigorating Springfield's Economy: Lessons from Resurgent Cities"
|September 23, 2009||Daphne Kenyon and Adam Langley, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
"Property Tax Relief in New England"
|June 10, 2009|| Jeffrey Zabel and Thomas Downes, Tufts University
“The Impact of Education Reform in Massachusetts”
May 27, 2009
| Linda Blumberg and John Holahan, The Urban Institute |
“Massachusetts Health Reform: Accomplishments and Challenges”
|May 6, 2009|| Bo Zhao, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
“The Fiscal Impact of Potential Local Option Taxes in Massachusetts”
|April 1, 2009|| Stephen L. Ross, University of Connecticut|
“Economics and Ideology: Causal Evidence of the Impact of Economic Conditions on Support for Redistribution and Other Ballot Proposals”
(joint work with Eric Brunner, Quinnipiac University and Ebonya Washington, Yale University)
|March 9, 2009|| Karl E. (Chip) Case, Wellesley College|
“The Behavior of Homebuyers in Boom and Post-Boom Markets: What Were They Thinking?”
(joint work with Robert Shiller, Yale University)
|February 25, 2009||Alan Clayton-Matthews, University of Massachusetts, and James Stock, Harvard University
Cameron Huff, consultant to MassINC
|December 3, 2008||Alicia Sasser, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"The Future of the Skilled Labor Force In New England: The Supply of Recent College Graduates"
|November 4, 2008||
Robin Sherman, Jeremy Wolf, and Anna Curtis, with Michael Goodman, of UMass Donahue Institute
Michael Allen, Maine Department of Revenue Services, and Michael LeVert, Maine State Planning Office
|October 15, 2008|| Paul Willen, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"Making Sense of the Subprime Crisis"
|September 25, 2008|| Richard J. Murnane, Harvard University,
"The Consequences of High School Exit Examinations for Struggling Low-Income Urban Students: Evidence from Massachusetts"
(co-authored with John P. Papay and John B. Willett, Harvard)
|May 28, 2008|| Yolanda Kodrzycki, Bob Triest, Brendan Mackoff, and Ana Patricia Munoz, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"Forecasting House Prices for States and the Nation"
|April 10, 2008|| Kip Bergstrom, Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation
"Connecting to Compete: Using High-Speed Intercity and Commuter Rail to Integrate the Innovation Capabilities of the Northeast Corridor"
|March 18, 2008||Maria Luengo-Prado, Northeastern University
"Children's Attitudes Toward Risk-Taking: How Parental Education Matters"
|March 4, 2008|| Heather Brome, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
"Is New England Experiencing a "Brain Drain"? Facts about Demographic Change and Young Professionals"
|February 21, 2008|| Robert Tannenwald, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston;
Karl Fryzel, Edwards, Angel, Palmer & Dodge;
Alan LeBovidge, Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (Former MA Commissioner of Revenue);
Joseph X. Donovan, Sullivan & Worcester (Former Deputy General Counsel of the MA Department of Revenue)
"The Work of the Massachusetts Business Tax Study Commission of 2007: Issues and Recommendations"
|January 30, 2008|| Andrew Reschovsky, LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin, and Visiting Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
"Housing Tenure Choice, Race, and the Recommendations of the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform"
|October 24, 2007||
Philip Trostel, University of Maine|
"The Impact of New College Graduates on Intrastate Labor Markets"
|October 1, 2007||
Thomas Hubbard, The New England Healthcare Institute|
"The Boston Paradox: Lots of Health Care, Not Enough Health"
|September 6, 2007|| William Lazonick and Edward March, UMASS Lowell
"Boston's Biotech Boom: A New Massachusetts Miracle?"
(co-authored with Oner Tulum)
|May 15, 2007||
Jonathan Gruber, MIT|
"Fundamental Health Care Reform in Action: The View from Massachusetts"
|April 25, 2007||
Reagan Baughman, UNH
"Medicaid Wage Pass-Throughs and Labor Supply of Direct Care Workers"
|April 6, 2007||
Erich Muehlegger, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University|
"Market Effects of Regulatory Heterogeneity: A Study of Regional Gasoline Content Regulations"
|March 23, 2007||
Kathy Bradbury and Bo Zhao, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
"Measuring Disparities in Non-School Costs and Revenue Capacity among Massachusetts Cities and Towns"
|March 1, 2007||
Dana Ansel, MassINC and Andrew Sum, Northeastern University
"Mass Economy: The Labor Supply and Our Economic Future"
|November 29, 2006||Nathaniel Anderson, Institute for Health Policy, USM|
"A Snapshot of Maine's DirigoChoice Program-Results from Surveys of Early Adopters"
|November 16, 2006||
Jeff Furman, Boston University|
"Public and Private Spillovers, Location and the Productivity of Pharmaceutical Research"
|October 17, 2006||
Ellen Meara, Harvard Medical School Department of Health Care Policy
"Welfare Reform, Work Requirements and Employment Barriers"
|September 14, 2006||
Karl E. "Chip" Case, Wellesley College
"An Informal Discussion of New England Real Estate Markets""An Informal Discussion of New England Real Estate Markets"
|May 25, 2006||
Thomas Allen and Rory O'Shea, MIT|
“University Technology Transfer and Spinoff Performance of U.S. Universities”
|May 16, 2006||
Daphne Kenyon, Ph.D., Visiting Fellow, Lincoln Institute of
"What Role Should Property Taxes Play in Funding Schools?"
|May 1, 2006||
Long, Harvard Graduate School of Education|
"College Access & Affordability in Massachusetts."
|April 6, 2006||
Robert Forrant, UMASS-Lowell|
"Disappearing Work, Grinding Decline: Springfield, Massachusetts' Struggles to Survive"
|March 2, 2006||
Frank Levy, MIT|
"The Non-Offshoring of Radiology"
|February 16, 2006||Ryan Chahrour, Nelson Gerew, and Brad Hershbein, Federal
Reserve Bank of Boston|
“The Consumer Impact of Higher Energy Prices”
|January 19, 2006||Bruce Wallin, Northeastern University
"Budgeting for Basics: The Changing Landscape of City Finances"
|December 6, 2005||
Bo Zhao and Alicia Sasser, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
"Understanding Housing Affordability in New England: Defining the Problem, Underlying Causes, and Potential Solutions"
|November 17, 2005||
Yolanda K. Kodrzycki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and Johan Uvin,
Commonwealth Corporation (with Nelson Gerew, Federal Reserve Bank
of Boston, and Gene White, Commonwealth Corporation)
"Long-Term Effects of Job Displacement and Re-training: Examining the Aftermath of Massachusetts' Great Recession"
|October 20, 2005||
Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College (with Douglas Staiger, Dartmouth
"Technology Adoption From Hybrid Corn to Beta Blockers"
|October 6, 2005||
Lynn Fisher and Henry Pollakowski, MIT Center for Real Estate
"Job Accessibility-Based Housing Affordability Indexes"
|September 20, 2005||
David Terkla, University of Massachusetts - Boston; Clyde Barrow, University
of Massachusetts - Dartmouth; and Rebecca Loveland|
University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute
"The Marine Science and Technology Industry in New England"
|May 24, 2005||
Mark Brenner, Political Economy Research
Institute, University of Massachusetts - Amherst|
“The Economic Impact of the Boston Living Wage Ordinance”
|May 5, 2005||
Guy Stuart, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University|
“Boston at the Crossroads: Racial and Ethnic Segregation in the Boston Metropolitan Area”
|April 6, 2005||
Bob Tannenwald and Nick Turner, New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston|
“Water Shortages in New England”
|March 3, 2005||
Peter Doeringer, Boston University|
“Can 'Fast Fashion' Save the U.S. Apparel Industry?”
|February 3, 2005||
Thomas A. Downes, Tufts University
“Adequacy of School Funding in Massachusetts: What Can We Learn from the New York Experience?”
|December 2, 2004|| Katherine Baicker, Dartmouth College
"Fiscal Shenanigans, Targeted Federal Health Care Funds, and Infant Mortality"
(joint with Doug Staiger)
|November 9, 2004||William Apgar and Allegra Calder, Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University
“Expanding Access to Point of Sale Borrower Support: Helping Low-Income and Low-Wealth Borrowers Shop for Mortgage Products”
|October 12, 2004||Kevin
Cahill, Boston College
“The Graying of Massachusetts”
|June 22, 2004|| David Cutler, Harvard University
“Your Money or Your Life: Strong Medicine for America's Health Care System”
|April 28, 2004|| Jonathan Haughton, Darlene Chisholm, and Paul Bachman - Suffolk University
and Beacon Hill Institute for Public Policy;
Richard Kelso and William Schriver - University of Tennessee, Knoxville;
Dale Belman – Michigan State University
“The Costs and Benefits of Wage Regulations: Two Studies of the Effects of Project Labor Agreements on School Construction”
|April 15, 2004|| Robert Bifulco, University of Connecticut
“The Impacts of Charter Schools on Student Achievement: Evidence from North Carolina”
(joint work with Helen F. Ladd, Duke University)
|March 4, 2004|| Ed Glaeser, Harvard University
“The Rise of the Skilled City" and "Reinventing Boston, 1640-2003”
|February 24, 2004||Dana Ansel, MassINC;
Michael Goodman, UMass Donahue Institute; and
Robert Nakosteen, UMass Amherst
Commentary: John Avault, Boston Redevelopment Authority and Andrew Sum, Northeastern University
|December 17, 2003|| Mitchell Adams and Wendy Everett, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
“Advanced Technologies to Lower the Cost of Health Care and Improve Quality”
|December 9, 2003||Joan Fitzgerald, Northeastern University
“Moving Up in the New Economy--How Much Difference Can Career Ladder Programs Make?”
|November 5, 2003|| Charles Colgan, University of Southern Maine
“The Coastal and Ocean Economy of New England and the United States”
|September 23, 2003||Daphne Kenyon, Ph.D. , D.A. Kenyon & Associates
“School Finance Reform in New Hampshire”
|June 12, 2003||Yolanda Kodrzycki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
“Education Gaps Between Whites and Minority Groups: What Accounts for Regional Differences?”
|May 20, 2003||David Terkla and David Levy, University of Massachusetts Boston
“The Renewable Energy Industry in New England, with a Focus on Massachusetts: Current Status and Future Prospects”
|April 15, 2003||Tom Hubbard, Mass Tech Collaborative
“Industry Clusters and Cluster Strategy: Back in Our Future Again?”
|March 5, 2003||Randy Albeta and Alan Clayton-Matthews, University of Massachusetts
“Love Labor’s Lost: The Costs of Paid Family and Medical Leave in Massachusetts”
|January 28, 2003||Barry Bluestone, Northeastern University
“Understanding and Resolving the Housing Affordability Crisis in Greater Boston”