BPC’s study establishes a basis to assess the macroeconomic and fiscal implications of different approaches to immigration reform.
After a flirtation with thrift after the recession, young Americans have stopped saving. Adults under age 35—the so-called millennial generation—currently have a savings rate of negative 2%, meaning they are burning through their assets or going into debt, according to…
A technology-driven economy requires a labor force with a strong complement of highly skilled workers trained in the “STEM” fields: science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Step-by-step immigration reform can have a powerful positive effect on the economy if it addresses multiple aspects of the immigration system.
Total outstanding student loan debt topped $1 trillion in 2012, spurring concerns about whether rising debt levels will depress new household formation and delay a full housing recovery.