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Spotlight: Gathering data on inequalities in America
Bloomberg CityLab's profile on American Inequality
Will China dominate the world of semiconductors?
Data and original research featured in Economist article
Helping others achieve the American dream
Ney bridges policy and data to understand U.S. income inequality
IDEAS Alum combats inequality with data
MIT Public Service Center interview on American Inequality
‘Hidden flood risk’ is everywhere, but especially in Eastern Kentucky
Op-ed published in the Lexington Herald
Pollution and inequality
100,000 Americans die every year from pollution related illnesses, but some communities die at much higher rates than others.
Tax Filing and Inequality
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is America's most successful poverty alleviation program, but too few families actually claim this benefit.
Financial Access and Inequality
The average interest for a payday loan is 391%. For the 7.1 million unbanked households in America, these exorbitantly high rates can be the only option.
Food Deserts and Inequality
The United States has now hit the worst levels of hunger in decades with 54 million Americans having no reliable access to food
Internet access and Inequality
A child born into a county with a median income of $35,000 has a coin-flip chance of having any internet connection
Life Expectancy and Inequality
America is experiencing the greatest gap in life expectancy across regions in the last 40 years
Launching American Inequality
Mapping inequality & closing the divide
United States Entity List: Limits on American Exports
The US government is increasingly relying on export controls to restrict foreign companies from accessing critical made-in-America components.
Amazon Ring is helping the police watch your neighborhood
Police, Amazon Ring, and Facial Recognition: A Modern Trilemma of Surveillance
Inclusive Innovation Challenge Impact Report
The Inclusive Innovation Challenge awards $1.6 million each year to inclusive startups. This report highlights the impact those companies have made on over 350 million people.
Financial Stability and Digital Currencies
This research was top 10 on SSRN for Monetary Policy and explores the ways that Central Bank Digital Currencies can improve financial stability.
Digital Currency Wars
This simulation held at the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center was covered in the WSJ, MIT Media Lab Review, and CoinTelegraph. It explores how the US can defend against China's digital yuan.
The Case for a Digital Dollar: Security at Home and Abroad
This research was published in hardcopy and in print in the Harvard Kennedy Review.
Global CBDC Tracker
In collaboration with the Atlantic Council, this research was published by the Belfer Center to track every country's ongoing CBDC development.
European Economic Response to COVID-19
This article was published by the Belfer Center's Economic Diplomacy Initiative to explore how different Euro countries reacted differently to the crisis.
World Wide Web and Closing the Digital Divide
Brooklyn Public Library's work to bring WiFi to communities features No One Left Offline
Internet Access to Vulnerable Communities
NOLO and Umpqua Bank partner to bring internet to Talent, Oregon
America's Digital Divide
Connecting more American households to the internet will expand opportunity and prosperity in a big way.
Making inequality visible
Jeremy Ney: Bringing a quantitative storytelling approach to social policy issues.
Technical articles for Google
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