States with right-to-work laws “free ride” on the higher tax revenues generated by workers in collective bargaining states, says a new study from a University of Illinois labor expert.
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The complicated equations that underlie tax inversions
The federal stimulus hurt rather than helped college access and affordability by prompting reductions in student financial aid programs, suggest analyses by Jennifer A. Delaney, a professor in the department of education policy, organization and leadership in the College of Education.
While state lawmakers honored provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 by not slashing their appropriations for higher education during the recent economic crisis, a new analysis by higher education expert Jennifer A. Delaney indicates that the stimulus program may have failed to promote college access and affordability.
Scientists have historically underestimated the potential productivity of the earths land plants, researchers report in a new study.
A new analysis suggests the planet can produce much more land-plant biomass – the total material in leaves, stems, roots, fruits, grains and other terrestrial plant parts – than previously thought.
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75 years later, why did Germans follow the Nazis into Holocaust?