Coming soon: January

“It’s a Wonderful Life”

“The Workers Cup”

“All Things Must Pass”

“Slay the Dragon”

“Class Action Park”



“The Last Tourist”

“Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal”

“The Donut King”

“Dark Money”

“The Gig Is Up”

“California Typewriter”

“The Truffle Hunters”

“Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room”

“Through the Night”

“Summer of Soul”

“The Prison in Twelve Landscapes”

“The Last Blockbuster”


“Hoop Dreams”

“9to5: The Story of a Movement”

“Capital in the Twenty-First Century”

From This Collection

Inside the "kafala" migrant labor system

The system has come under scrutiny over alleged human rights and labor abuses during the construction preceding the World Cup.
Foreign laborers make up the overwhelming majority of Qatar. The country's "sponsorship" system has come under scrutiny from human rights activists in the leadup to the World Cup.
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How expensive is it to host the World Cup or Olympics?

Nov 3, 2022
The upcoming soccer World Cup in Qatar is unlikely to recoup its economic costs and might be costly to the country's image too.
For most cities, hosting large, global events is a pricey endeavor with questionable economic benefits. Qatar is unlikely to recoup its costs for the upcoming soccer World Cup, according to professor Victor Matheson.
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For public good, not for profit.

Partisan gerrymandering can reduce access to credit, study finds

Sep 20, 2022
Lawmakers from politically drawn districts feel less pressure to cater to voters and exert less pressure on lenders, a researcher says.
Rawley Heimer, a professor of finance at Arizona State, says lawmakers from politically drawn  districts tend to be less sensitive to voters' needs and put less pressure on lenders.
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