Justin Wolfers

The president scored cheap political points this morning by undermining trust in the U.S. economy.
Regardless of how they choose to, pollsters are going to be forced to innovate if they want to continue providing accurate advice to their candidates and campaigns.
If the latest unemployment report tells us anything, it is that government isn't the problem that has caused the weak U.S. recovery, but a private sector that is focused solely on maximizing profits for their investors and CEOs, rather than creating more jobs.
A recent analysis alleging that Thomas Piketty's groundbreaking data on inequality contains errors is "just ridiculous," according to the French economist.
Justin Wolfers, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, also came to Piketty's defense in a blog post on the Times
Twitter can be a wonderful place to unearth economic news and analysis. The only problem is knowing who to follow. But fear
McArdle wrote that the sticker price of a college education has nearly doubled since 1995, but Wolfers noted that after scholarships
In the U.S., that traditional view of marriage, and the wedding industrial complex that profits off of it, now have a powerful
A new study out of the Families and Work Institute seems to suggest yes. According to "The New Male Mystique," released last
It's only been about 50 years since women could control our fertility and begin to forge an identity for ourselves in culture that goes beyond our biological role.