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It all comes down to turnout.

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Portugal, Italy, Slovenia and 20 other nations rank higher than the United States on a new economic indicator from the World Bank.

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The least-gifted children of high-income parents graduate from college at higher rates than the most-gifted children of low-income parents, and other dispatches from the point where genetics intersects with economics.

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Happiness-wise, having the right kind of boss is equivalent to doubling your income.

'The world will be a poorer and more dangerous place' without trade and multi-lateralism, the IMF warned.

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Residents of the Shetland Islands take offense at inset maps.

The two Americans received the Nobel Prize in economics for their work on the relationship of climate change and technological innovation to economics.

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People in the tallest states are, on average, nearly two inches taller than people in the shortest ones.

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The gap in consequences is vast: Fewer than 6 percent of rapes end in arrest, and fewer than 1 percent end in conviction. Meanwhile, nearly 9 in 10 victims face emotional and physical consequences.

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Perhaps the most obvious shortcoming is that there still aren’t as many people looking for work as there “should” be.

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