Fellow, Economic Studies, Center on Children and Families
Scott Winship was a Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution, and directed the Social Genome Project within its Center on Children and Families. He departed in the fall of 2013.
U.S. Economic Performance
Opportunity and Well-being
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
July 16, 2013
Article | The National Review
June 28, 2013
May 15, 2013
April 30, 2013
Opinion | National Review Online
April 8, 2013
Opinion | National Review
March 27, 2013
Article | National Affairs
March 25, 2013
Article | Breakthrough Journal
Opinion | Forbes
February 18, 2013
Opinion | Americas Quarterly
December 11, 2012
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On November 13, Richard Bush will speak at the "Hong Kong Elections" event on the new process for selecting Hong Kong's next Chief Executive, hosted by the Heritage Foundation.
RT @asymmetricinfo: Great interview with Scott Winship: http://t.co/AaeCs1KsmB
RT @veroderugy: Excellent interview by @philipaklein of @swinshi http://t.co/HXFiqq0GI8
@natestorring @Richard_Florida from a cross-national perspective, the data’s not there. Could be done across states.
@djmgaffneyw4 …could be counterproductive. Don’t think I can do much about editing it now that it’s been laid out & formatted but will check
@djmgaffneyw4 …ineq won’t raise incomes below the top. That’s too far. What the evidence suggests is that reducing MARKET income ineq…
@djmgaffneyw4 I don’t disagree. In fact, you’ve pointed out a logical flaw in my argument that the evidence suggests trying to reduce…
@djmgaffneyw4 yep. Some places redistribute and others don’t. Doesn’t mean “inequality” is to blame.
@djmgaffneyw4 sure—always tough to convey statistical ideas for broad audience. Or I might just not be good at it!
@djmgaffneyw4 …give them the same mean and dispersion.
@djmgaffneyw4 it’s just a Pearson correlation coefficient—tells you how much one increases when the other does, after you…
@CoreyIac thanks! It took way too long to write…
RT @ManhattanInst: New report by @swinshi: #Inequality does not reduce prosperity http://t.co/dnNHYtidEl http://t.co/OOEfNb12mX
@jbprobert @JaredMeyer10 @philipaklein more pie for everyone…
RT @JaredMeyer10: "Ultimately what we want is for everyone to have more pie" - @swinshi http://t.co/QbN5wIUQrT @philipaklein #IncomeInequality
RT @Economics21: .@swinshi: In the developed world, countries with more #inequality have higher living standards. http://t.co/AWKgR89jlE @humanprogress
RT @DannyVinik: .@philipaklein interviews @swinshi about his new paper released today: http://t.co/fzD9ybogV0
My new inequality report synthesizes data from Luxmbrg Inc Study, @UpshotNYT , Piketty/Saez, @Gallup , @worldbankdata http://t.co/OVozQ7ZZy5
RT @salimfurth: @BBGVisualData @swinshi This graph does not appear to show what the tweet text says it shows. See North Dakota.
@salimfurth @BBGVisualData yikes. Way to, you know, look at the graphic!
RT @BBGVisualData: Unemployment has dropped below recession-era levels in 29 states: http://t.co/xsNsXfTgfG http://t.co/MBKLqMnW20
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