February 26, 2015, Joanna Venator and Richard V. Reeves
Richard Reeves and Joanna Venator summarize the findings of a recent paper examining class gaps in contraception and abortion to find that use of contraception and/or abortion may explain variations in unintended birth rates.
February 26, 2015, Brendan Mochoruk and David Wessel
February 26, 2015, David Wessel
Isabel V. Sawhill
This new book from Isabel Sawhill surveys the impact of family structure on child well-being and discusses the societal changes contributing to an emerging class divide and drop in social mobility in the United States.
February 26, 2015, Isabel V. Sawhill
February 2015, Richard V. Reeves and Joanna Venator
February 26, 2015
February 26, 2015, Robert E. Litan
February 26, 2015, Gregory W. Daniel
February 2015, Joshua Gotbaum and David C. John
February 24, 2015, Edward Rodrigue and Richard V. Reeves
February 24, 2015, Robert E. Litan
February 24, 2015, Gary Burtless
February 24, 2015, Richard V. Reeves
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Startup rates may be in decline, but their total funding from VC firms is up sharply finds @IanHathaway via http://t.co/HORVrd0x1K @BobLitan
Sex, contraception, or abortion? Explaining class gaps in unintended childbearing
@RichardvReeves @JoannaVenator http://t.co/vYDwSITLjf
Purposeful parenting: The effects of birth control, education, marriage and more on child-rearing, from @isawhill http://t.co/bA0rVrIby4
Obesity prevention should consider multiple interdependent factors, coordinate policy action across multiple settings http://t.co/uOesAZujkN
RT @EducationNext: New from our series on the Moynihan Report: @BrookingsEcon's @isawhill discusses how to promote purposeful parenting: http://t.co/znxK6loFCN
Thanks for following our conversation w/ European Commissioner @JHillEU on #FinancialStability. Video available soon: http://t.co/zRVYs1OyrF
Lord Hill's prepared remarks, his green paper, and Doug Elliott's capital markets union paper available for download: http://t.co/tNKpuwheYn
Martin Baily asks 1st question: How does #cybersecurity & privacy figure into a banking union? http://t.co/tNKpuvZDzN http://t.co/azIb9UsS0y
RT @JenniferNRice: EU financial regulation discussion w/ Commissioner Lord Hill @BrookingsInst @BrookingsEcon #FinancialStability http://t.co/0axtPPLvZC
Watch now: discussion with Lord Hill, European commissioner for #financialstability, financial services, & CMU
"Theres resistance to stronger transatlantic coop in fin svcs being anchored in an intl treaty. But I think many of the fears are unfounded"
"Given the volume of business done between the EU & the US, it makes sense for transatlantic cooperation to go into greater detail."
"The US and the EU are the world’s biggest markets....generating close to $5T in total commercial sales each year"
"If European VC markets were as developed as [here], we estimate that co's would have been able to tap into an extra 90B euro of funding."
"Our capital markets remain fragmented, largely along national lines. This is what we need to fix." -@JHillEU #FinancialStability
"We believe that a single market for capital will benefit the whole European economy helping to unlock the capital that is currently frozen"
RT @JHillEU: @BrookingsEcon Financial stability best way to underpin growth. Economic and democratic imperative to get our economies growing again.
2/2 "I don't anticipate that in future we will see anything like the volume of legislation we have seen in recent years" #financialstability
"I hope we are entering a new phase where we can have greater regulatory stability." #financialstability
"Allow me to say a few words about the new European Commission. Our top priority is jobs and growth." -@JHillEU #financialstability
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