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An Examination of the Relationship Between Local Tax Incentives and Diversification of the Local Economic Base
March 24, 2021
Using newly available annual data on incentives at the metropolitan statistical area (MSA) level, this article explores the relationship between incentives and economic diversity between 2005 and 2015. 
Are University Rankings Statistically Significant? A Comparison among Chinese Universities and with the USA
Education Policy
May 01, 2021
This study, published in Journal of Data and Information Science, addresses the question of whether differences are statistically significant in the rankings of Chinese universities.
What Do China’s Scientific Ambitions Mean for Science—and the World?
Science, Engineering and Technology Policy
April 05, 2021
This article, published in Issues in Science and Technology of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, looks at how China has transformed its capacity for scientific research. 
The publicness of publicly funded research
Public Management and Leadership
August 04, 2021
This article, published in Science and Public Policy, examines key US legislative initiatives during the post–World War II history of public policy related to the ownership of publicly funded research-based knowledge. 
Crack cocaine use among aging Mexican American men with heroin use histories: Motivations and polydrug use patterns
Social Policy
June 24, 2021
This study, published in Addiction Research & Theory, examines crack cocaine use among Mexican American men with heroin use histories. 
A Dynamic Discrete Choice Model of Reverse Mortgage Borrower Behavior
Urban Policy and Housing
June 09, 2020
This study, published in International Economic Review, examines the behavior of mortgage borrowers. 
Low-Income Homeownership and the Role of State Subsidies: A Comparative Analysis of Mortgage Outcomes
Urban Policy and Housing
August 05, 2020
This study, published in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, examines the role of state subsides on low-income home mortages. 
Spillover effects of opioid prescribing practices : Do increased prescriptions lead to increased fatal car crashes ?
Public Management and Leadership
January 01, 2021
This study, published in American Journal of Health Economics, to estimate the relationship between commuting zone (CZ)-level opioid prescription rates and CZ-level car crash fatality outcomes.
The international trade of U.S. organic agri-food products: export opportunities, import competition and policy impacts
Food Policy
October 12, 2022
This study, published in Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, offers new insights concerning the current status and trends of U.S. organic imports and exports U.S. policies relevant to the international trade of U.S. organic agri-food products are described, characterizing specific products and partners.
Measuring the Potential Impact of New and Reformulated Bread and Breakfast Cereal Products on Nutrient Intakes
Food Policy
July 01, 2021
This study, published by the US Department of Agriculture, studies the potential impact of new breakfast cereal and bread products on nutrients consumed by adults and children.
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