Lux et Data: ISPS Blog
September 12, 2014The benefits of having street outreach workers as intermediaries between communities and police.
June 25, 2014
1 commentIf enough people have prosocial preferences and care about the future, democracy can work
May 28, 2014The Egyptian elections and the presence of international observers.
April 25, 2014
1 commentImagine you want to collect data in a war zone.
April 23, 2014Alaska has become the only state that provides child care for state legislators and staffers.
April 17, 2014Social psychology research on how abstract thinking might reduce political polarization.
April 14, 2014A follow up report on the digital reporting event, "Crime Beat 3.0."
April 9, 2014Complexity undermines the public's confidence and trust in government.
March 27, 2014Why the reform law doesn't end revolving door lobbyists.
March 25, 2014Lawmakers in several states have enacted legislation designed to better protect debtors.
March 6, 2014We could find ourselves with a proliferation of research products we can’t really use.
March 3, 2014
1 commentPolicy reform could improve the cost-effectiveness and quality of health care delivery.
February 26, 2014Base closings can leave military communities in economic and environmental despair.
February 24, 2014Kristof fails to appreciate that the next generation of academics will be even more publicly engaged.
February 20, 2014Key structures that limit the drug development process: technical, financial, and regulatory forces.
February 12, 2014David Mayhew writes on Bob Dahl's legacy.
February 12, 2014Using sunset provisions to deactivate tough crime laws after a set period of time.
January 29, 2014Tech companies have far better track records producing consumer-facing websites.
January 15, 2014The first merits decision in the Obamacare tax subsidy litigation has been handed down, and it is a big victory for the federal Government.