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BA 2017, Political Science/Geography
Prof. Alan Jacobs' new publication presents evidence that a pro-rich bias emerges not from pro-rich journalistic preferences but, rather, from the interaction of the media’s focus on economic aggregates with structural features of the relationship between economic growth and distribution.
Prof. Antje Ellermann and Merion West's Mark Hecht spoke about why immigration debates are vastly different in four seemingly similar countries—the United States, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland.