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Food Security Atlas of the World

 

Faculty Member: Sam Myers

 

Our group is building a global data set of food intake and nutritional content to estimate diets and nutritional adequacy.  Building off our initial efforts constructing the GENuS database (Smith et al. 2016, PLOS One), this task involves collecting data from a wide variety of sources and building them into a central framework.  With this powerful tool, we hope to explore how different global environmental stressors could affect the rates of nutritional deficiency and

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Inequality, Information, and Perceptions of Meritocracy: Evidence from China

 

Faculty Member: Xiang Zhou

How does awareness of economic inequality affect individuals' perceptions of meritocracy and preferences for redistribution? Does information about inequality have heterogeneous effects among individuals with different economic resources and ideological orientations? Answers to these questions have profound implications for understanding how media coverage of controversial issues shapes the distribution of public opinion. To approach this goal, we will conduct a survey experiment among 2,500 Chinese

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