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columnist at the Washington Post’s Department of Data. previously WSJ, Boston Globe and Idaho Press-Tribune.

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The success of slave owners’ sons post emancipation—>reducing wealth inequality isn’t just a matter of redistributing wealth…It’s abt reducing other barriers too, e.g. elite personal & professional networks & intangible privileges.” @andrewvandamwashingtonpost.com/us-policy…
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#EconTwitter, check out the @washingtonpost column written by @andrewvandam about my paper with @efalcettoni on US living standards. The paper is forthcoming in @IERJournal
Today's @WashingtonPost column written by the awesome journalist-honorary-economist @andrewvandam features my @IERJournal paper with @vmnygaard on US living standards! Have fun playing with the interactive map that summarizes what we document and find! washingtonpost.com/business/…
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In a brief, magical window from 2019 to 2021, millennials finally made inroads in the housing market. they saw their fastest-ever growth in homeownership as the oldest of them hit age 40, @alyssafowers writes. then the boomers swooped in. again. washingtonpost.com/business/…
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Are the British secretly taking over again? The US has seen an explosion of "roundabouts" on our roads in the past 25 years. Nearly every part of the country has adopted them. @andrewvandam explains WHY this is happening in this great story. washingtonpost.com/business/…
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"At a rural two-way stop...a roundabout can slash all traffic injuries, both fatal and nonfatal, by almost 90 percent." Which state = the roundaboutiest? Washington #2 for total number, #8 per capita. @AndrewVanDam rounded up the data. wapo.st/3VmTofq #SafetyOverSpeed
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New column!! It started as a fascination with the great @leerodegerdts, a unassuming Portland engineer who, almost by accident, became the keeper of the best roundabout database on the planet It ended with me being well and truly roundabout-pilled washingtonpost.com/business/…
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Scarred by the daily Rotary Wars on my commute to the Boston Globe, I loathed the damn things for decades. Boston drivers can sometimes fit five or six cars abreast in a gridlocked, two-lane rotary. (the Dorchester rotary below should be painfully familiar to my Globe friends)
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But roundabouts aren't rotaries! They're elegant geometric designs that force drivers to behave like sane human beings, whether they want to or not, and they cut traffic fatalities by as much as 90 percent.
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By the time I got off the phone with niche-famous roundabout revolutionary Jim Brainard, the seven-term Republican mayor of the ultra high-income, ultra wealthy, ultra roundabouty Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, I knew it had to be a whole dang column washingtonpost.com/business/…
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An estimated 46,020 people died in U.S. vehicle crashes in 2021, per the NSC. It's about the same number of Americans who were killed in gun violence. @andrewvandam on a boom in roundabouts as one attempted safety change. washingtonpost.com/business/…
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Please consider supporting our journalism. The data column by @andrewvandam Coverage of the Fed by @rachsieg Amazing tech stories from @geoffreyfowler commentary from @Eugene_Robinson So many, many more keeping you informed. subscribe.washingtonpost.com…
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One of the worst ideas US retailers ever had was opening on Thanksgiving Day. I'm glad to see Target, Walmart and most other stores saying they will permanently close on Thanksgiving. Deals can be done online Workers deserve to be w/family washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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this @lreiley epic has the most positive comment section I've ever seen. everybody loved it and was begging for more! in the words of my fourth-grade teacher, time to Drop Everything And Read! D.E.A.R. washingtonpost.com/business/…
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reader Cormac Kaplan's coming for my job with this Post-comics data analysis "Sixty five percent of the jokes in 'Beetle Bailey' had men acting gluttonous, lazy, stupid or violent"! washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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I wish I had seen this piece by @andrewvandam earlier! Having been in the construction industry in some capacity for 11 years, I too have noticed the uptick of women in construction, but thought it was just me. Excited to see it's finally a real trend! washingtonpost.com/business/…
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Say hi to The Tech Friend, a new email newsletter from @washingtonpost It’s advice and context for you to boss your technology to live a richer life. Read about The Tech Friend and sign up! It starts in one week, each Tues. and Fri. washingtonpost.com/technolog…
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