Linda Gorman is the Director of the Health Care Policy Center with the Independence Institute in Golden, Colorado. She was previously an economics professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.
New research in the United States explores the impact of voluntary disclosures of salary history on wage offers and hiring.
Gendered differences in men's and women's behavioural traits generate differences in job search behaviour and could explain up to a quarter of the difference between first job earnings.
Good decision-making skills are becoming more desirable to employers. The share of jobs requiring employees to make good decisions rose by 28% in 58 years.
The dynamic interactions between falling prices, defaults, and credit constraints keep growing numbers of buyers out of the market. The scarcity of buyers lowers prices, intensifies the b...
Falling prices for mortgage-backed securities contributed to the 2008–9 financial market turmoil, but the AAA-rated subprime segment performed better than other market segments.
An National Bureau of Economic Research look at consumption expenditure and unconventional fiscal policy.