If the Chinese Buying Spree Is Over, Why Does the U.S. Housing Affordability Crisis Persist?

“Growing distrust between the United States and China has slowed the once steady flow of Chinese cash into America,” declares today’s New York Times, “with Chinese investment plummeting by nearly 90 percent since President Trump took office.”

If you live in a major American city, you’ve probably seen a lot of that investment flowing into neighborhoods around your home. So, what’s going to happen to your home value now that all those investors are sitting on the sidelines? In recent research, I tackled this question for the Dialogue of Civilisations Research Institute:

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Your Personal Health Information Isn’t as Safe as You Think It Is… Should You Care?

Today’s Twitter thread summarizes my latest publication in the American Journal of Medicine with co-author Arnold J. Rosoff, building upon a series of papers and presentations we’ve done over the past couple years on data privacy in the most personal parts of your life: your body and your health…

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The Paradox of Good Intentions: Why Every Delay Makes Climate Change Worse

Today’s Twitter thread shows how Congressional inaction does more than just maintain the status quo of environmental destruction: It accelerates it…

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Fear: Trump in the White House

In this episode of the USC Bedrosian Bookclub Podcast, Lisa Schweitzer hosts a discussion with Christian Grose, Jeff Jenkins, and me about Bob Woodward’s latest reportage on the Presidency: Fear. How does this stack up to other Woodward titles and how does the principal-agent theory work its way into conversation with these political junkies? Click below to find out!