Lux et Data: ISPS Blog
Deborah Beim, Alexander V. Hirsch, Jonathan P. Kastellec
September 21, 2015Examining the hierarchical relationship that exists within the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
September 10, 2015Openness to trade, off-shore production, and labor-saving technology have decreased business’s support for open, low-skill immigration.
September 3, 2015To combat political polarization, will it help to let political parties collect more cash?
August 11, 2015Based on the electorate’s prior behavior, campaigns can anticipate who will vote, but they have poor signals about where voters stand.
Vesla M. Weaver
August 11, 2015Crime distribution by race hasn't changed much, but contact with the law has.
July 15, 2015Unprecedented executive action shows the US is getting serious about climate change.
July 10, 2015A Q&A with Eitan Hersh on his new book.
June 4, 2015Right to Try Laws are presented as a costless solution; they are not.
June 1, 2015Urban gun violence is not as random as it appears.
June 1, 2015What the research actually shows about persuading voters.
Rory Van Loo
May 12, 2015Consumers could save on their goods purchases with better federal policies.
April 24, 2015The question now is - how to restore the relationship between the public and the police?
April 23, 2015A small window of opportunity exists to enact federal disaster preparedness programs.
Vesla Weaver and Briallen Hopper
April 22, 2015The cost of witnessing and filming police misconduct.
March 30, 2015Bitter partisan rhetoric over a social science experiment undermines the effort to prevent teen pregnancy.
March 26, 2015The value of community outreach workers.
Limor Peer and Ann Green
March 26, 2015It is a positive sign that one aspect of research data sharing and preservation – data review – is increasingly part of the conversation.
Daniel Biggers & Michael Hamner
March 12, 2015Convenience voting adoption largely unaffected by party politics.
March 5, 2015Why we need to rethink small business and innovation.