In this blog post, Leslie McCall considers whether adjusting for family size eliminates economic benefits for families headed by couples compared to those headed by single people.
In this blog post, Leslie McCall discusses how marriage and cohabitation — relative to being single — affect where men and women fall along the income distribution.
In this blog post, Nishant Yonzan looks at three definitions of income and finds they all show significant drops in prosperity for the bottom 50 percent.
M. Connolly, M. Corak, and C. Haeck. Journal of Labor Economics. vol. 37, no. s2. 2019.
M. Corak. The Economic Journal. uez019. 2019.
In this article, the Financial Post's William Watson explores a study by Miles Corak, Marie Connolly and Catherine Haeck on the intergenerational transmission of income inequality in Canada and the United States.
D. Bloome, D. Burk, and L. McCall. American Journal of Sociology. vol. 124, no. 5. 2019.
B. Milanovic. The Review of Income and Wealth. vol. 65, no. 1. pp. 1-20. 2019.
Janet Gornick, Chuck Collins, and Sam Pizzigati engage in a discussion on addressing income inequality.
In this video, a panel of experts examines the power, or weakness, of the American worker.