August 16, 2018
Will clinicians be more careful about prescribing opioids if they are made aware of the risks of these drugs firsthand? That was one of the key questions researchers explored in a new study published in the August issue of the journal Science. The USC Schaeffer Center’s Jason Doctor was lead author of the study.
August 16, 2018
Increasing poverty rates among the elderly have led more than 40 countries to introduce non-contributory pensions. And in many countries, the money is disbursed every two months – instead of monthly – because it’s more cost-effective for governments. However, research from USC Price’s Emma Aguila indicates that monthly disbursements provide greater health benefits. She presented these findings in June at the OECD in Paris.
Price School Research Professor, CREATE Faculty Affiliate Adam Rose quoted by Reuters on policy issues relating to disaster alerts
August 9, 2018
Reuters quoted Adam Rose, USC Price School research professor and CREATE faculty affiliate, on disaster alert failures.
August 3, 2018
Price School Research Professor and CREATE Faculty Affiliate Adam Rose participated in the US General Accountability Office/National Academies of Science Expert Meeting on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Security Requirements for Radiological Materials, July 26-27, 2018.
July 26, 2018
An influx of college graduates in a city tends to increase wages for workers of all levels. But research from USC Price School of Public Policy Professor Richard Green, who directs the Lusk Center for Real Estate, shows that the resulting increase in housing costs offsets the higher earnings for low-skilled workers.