Lux et Data: ISPS Blog
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.
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.
March 26, 2015The value of community outreach workers.
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.
February 25, 2015One conservative black activist’s campaign for community crime control.
February 16, 2015Presidents today accept the idea of an independent Fed; it wasn't always so.
February 9, 2015Our undergraduates' thoughts on Governor Malloy's criminal justice reform.
January 29, 2015We need to integrate the family in long-term care financing.
January 28, 2015Crimes and misdemeanors during the NYPD slowdown.
January 26, 2015An opportunity to rise above fear for police, people of color.
January 13, 2015The current procedural system is not well-understood, gets little public attention, and needs reform.
December 22, 2014The publication of disaggregated content means ensuring the content is usable, not just accessible, persistent, and citable.