Lux et Data: ISPS Blog
October 22, 2013Protecting consumers in debt collection
October 15, 2013Improving the tools to educate and protect consumers
October 8, 2013Federal government needs to provide a site where the public can view federal spending
October 1, 2013As monetary restitution becomes a part of the "carceral state," the wages of prison laborers need to be improved
September 24, 2013Hospital pricing tranparency and keeping costs down
September 23, 2013Scientific knowledge is only as reliable as the empirical analysis on which it is based.
September 17, 2013The focus should have been on the Florida law
September 10, 2013It’s unlikely that America’s overgrown prison system is going away anytime soon
August 30, 2013Learning from the Lower Courts
August 23, 2013
1 commentMichael Sierra-Arevalo writes on an alternative approach to the controversial stop-and-frisk policy.
July 24, 2013
1 commentWho is responsible for the quality of data deposited in repositories? And what is quality data, anyway?
June 4, 2013The conference for Professor Mayhew was a testament to the continuing importance of his work on Congress and parties.
May 31, 2013Campaign finanace reform is not the fundamental solution to obstruction, gridlock and ungovernability.
May 23, 2013
1 commentQ & A with Sterling Professor David Mayhew
May 17, 2013Are political camps and their donors wasting their money? Erin Thomas looks at the psychology of persuasion.
May 17, 2013Dark money is a real and solvable problem.
May 10, 2013Raph Graybill warns that the negative consequences of the campaign finance arms race in federal elections could also hurt good government at the local level.
April 18, 2013Drawing from decades of work, Professor Meares highlighted three conceptual approaches to gun violence.
April 15, 2013Over the long term, disasters aggravate inequality, hurting already vulnerable people the most.
April 9, 2013Even the most well intentioned discussions of the federal budget can reinforce some bad political and journalistic habits.