What is weird to me is that a paper finding unintended births only account for 1/3 of the decline spent its whole text talking about *the decline in unintended births.* #NBERday
Most of the recent decline has NOT been driven by women avoiding unwanted births! That simply is NOT the main story! #NBERday
1. Israel may not be the US.
2. They assume a parent's death post-matriculation-exam could not have causally altered pre-exam interactions. But chronic diseases absolutely could matter! #NBERday
Yeah, they do. #NBERday
It assumes the rate of population growth is fixed, when it isn't. Notably curing Alzheimers, the central question of the paper would save a large number of elder lives. The elder share of the population would grow more. #NBERday
They tweeted more!
Oh, also watched more TV, hung out with friends and family, did offline activities.... so lots of different responses! #NBERday
Shutting off Facebook reduced the likelihood people voted and reduced political knowledge. But it also reduced partisan anger, polarization, and distrust! #NBERday
It comes from the real news. Negatively shocking how informed people are makes them less polarized and angry. It's actual facts that make people angry. #NBERday