A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.
- Character and social mobility. Richard Reeves and Kimberly Howard examine the link between people’s character strength and their opportunity.
- Wireless spectrum allocation. Melissa Kearney and Ben Harris discuss how to achieve economic growth though more-efficient allocation of wireless spectrum.
- The long-term unemployed. Alan B. Krueger, Judd Cramer and David Cho find that the long-term unemployed are frequently jobless again soon after they gain reemployment. This is one of six papers being released at the Brookings Panel on Economic Activity.
- Political polarization. John Hudak reviews a new paper on fixing dysfunctional political parties and broken government.
Mingwei Ma contributed to this post.
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