Justin Fox

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U.S. Productivity Is On The Upswing Again. Will AI Supercharge It?

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Three straight quarters of strong growth have put productivity either back on trend or well above it.

Black Americans Gain No Ground On Income And Wealth

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Employment and life expectancy paint a more encouraging picture, but the racial quality-of-life gap remains immense.

Hooray, Connecticut Is No Longer The Richest State

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The the Nutmeg State has slipped into second--which may signal a welcome decline in regional inequality.

Low Taxes And High Spending Are A Rich Country Anomaly

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The potential role of tax revenue in closing federal budget deficits deserves more attention.

Home Prices Are Historically High Next To Rents. Don't Panic

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The ratio is well above the levels that preceded the last housing crash.

With Housing, Millennials Have Much To Complain About

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The standard metrics obscure just how unlikely it has become for young adults to own a home in the U.S.

New Jersey Is Getting The New York Area's Job Growth

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The Garden State has added jobs at a faster rate than the country since the beginning of the pandemic.

The Hottest Office Market In America Is…Midtown Manhattan?

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Yes, vacancy rates are up. But thanks in part to all those new buildings on the far West Side, so is overall occupancy.

Flight Of Affluent Taxpayers Catches Up With New York

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The latest personal income tax data shows the state bringing in less revenue than it did before the pandemic.

MIT Is A College Bargain. NYU, Not So Much.

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New data on costs for students who receive federal aid show that some elite private schools offer great deals.

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