The Center for Economic and Policy Research explores prime-age employment rates for different demographics to analyse the US recovery.
Nick Buffie explores how regressive or progressive the US tax code is.
New data shows where most US immigrants have come from, since 1820, and by state.
The Trump administration's policy of imposing tariffs won't work, argues Professor Richard Baldwin.
Daniel Gros explores the UK's ability to negotiate a trade deal with the EU and the US - especially in the wake of President Trump's election.
US solar jobs jumped almost 25% in the past year.
New research has found that black women face a glaring gap in terms of wealth in comparison to men as well as to white women.
As the immigration debate rages on in the US, the time has come for opposing sides to reach a compromise.
A look at the possible influence of the Trump administration on China's economy and currency.
US taxes on imported goods are likely to impose a heavy burden on lower-income households.
Martin Feldstein explores the future of US tax reform.
Tim Fernholz examines the major questions surrounding corporate tax reform in the US.
70% of Americans say they have a favourable view of Muslims, up from 53% in 2015.
The US and Mexico have a very close trading relationship. On both sides of the border, millions of jobs depend on the business ties between the two countries.
Historical data provides an insight into the waves and troughs associated with immigration to the US.