International Socioeconomics Laboratory
International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Community Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory

The Communities research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory focuses on various issues within communities internationally. Communities research includes topics such as public transportation, corporate structures, taxes, and real estate. Researchers writing about community issues take into account both economic and social variables that are factors of the root causes of the issue. Research fellows use a combination of qualitative data collection, such as scaler surveys and random digit dialing, as well as qualitative research, using a variety of equations with established variables pertaining to their study. Using the data collected, researchers are able to establish connections and conclusions that go towards creating impactful change to help communities around the world, in their respective issues.

Suitability of Unemployment Benefits in NYC

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, , Vanderbilt University, and the University of Illinois

How can we make public transportation more efficient in the United States for workers over 16?

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Northeastern University

New York City Affordable Housing

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Trinity College Dublin

Comparative Study of the Impact of the Economy and Governments of Brazil and the United States on Deforestation

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, , Bangladesh University of Professionals, Shaheen College, Sambalpur University, Odisha State Open University, Tata Institute of Social Science

2020 & Real Estate The effects of COVID-19 and social unrest on Real Estate Markets

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

An In-Depth Analysis of The Australian Retirement Plan

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

COVID Tax Recovery

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Independent University

Current Corporate Monopolies

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

How are racial minorities affected by air pollution in New York City

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Bangladesh University of Professionals, Shaheen College, Sambalpur University, Odisha State Open University, Tata Institute of Social Science

How has Gentrification Affected Several of the Largest Neighborhoods in Queens

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Public perception towards climate change in India and the USA

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, , Bangladesh University of Professionals, Shaheen College, Sambalpur University, Odisha State Open University, Tata Institute of Social Science

Suitability of Unemployment Benefits in NYC

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, , Vanderbilt University, and the University of Illinois

The Case for Financial Literacy

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

The Case for a Green Economy

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Patna University

The Effects of Coronavirus on Trade

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

The Implications of Climate Change on Indigenous People

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Community

The goal of the Communities Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory is to study and define the cause of the social and economic issues within certain communities, world wide. Using the data they have collected and analyzed, research fellows work together with the Finxerunt Policy Institute, to lobby their findings and conclusions to various politicians and institutes that will work with the Laboratory, utilizing our original findings, in creating innovative and effective solutions. By creating research, the Laboratory is also able to inform a mass population within neighboring communities and the studies' community about the socioeconomic issues that are occurring and the causes. By working with politicians within the respective regions, researchers are able to aid in legislative change that will work in changing the structure of specific aspects of their studied communities.