Heterogeneity: A Multi-Part Research Series (Series IV Now Available)



Economic analysis often focuses on understanding the average effects of a given policy or program. While such analysis is important to gauge how the economy is doing, understanding heterogeneity—how outcomes vary across geographic, demographic, and socioeconomic boundaries—is key to grasping both the whole picture and the implications of any given policy. The below blog series focus on heterogeneity in the United States.
Series one | series two | series three | series four