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Migration Policy Institute, BBC Collaborate

BBC World Service commissioned MacArthur grantee the Migration Policy Institute to study the effects of the global recession on migration to help inform a month-long series. Read More

Aging in America in the Twenty-first Century: Demographic Forecasts from the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on an Aging Society

Network research finding that by 2050 Americans may live 3.1 to 7.9 years longer than official government projections, resulting in sharply higher costs for government programs that serve older citizens. Read More

Research on Health Reform Looks at Costs and Affordability Issues

A new report by grantee the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, concludes that by lowering the amount that Medicaid and Medicare pay for prescription drugs, Congress could generate substantial savings to help pay for comprehensive ... Read More

Five Ways to Age Gracefully

Chicago Tribune
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Strengthening Policy through Research

Long before the current recession, rising deficits, an aging population, spiraling healthcare and entitlement costs, stagnant economic growth, and other issues were threatening America's long-term fiscal health. Read More

"Back Home to Roost"

From The Washington Post
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"Mental-Health Drug Usage Rises"

From The Wall Street Journal
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