Lux et Data: ISPS Blog
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, 2013Dark money is a real and solvable problem.
May 17, 2013Are political camps and their donors wasting their money? Erin Thomas looks at the psychology of persuasion.
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.
April 3, 2013Watch the video: ISPS panel on Medicare
March 6, 2013At the ISPS Public Policy workshop, Dorian Warren (Columbia) discussed the challenges and benefits of "engaged scholarship."
March 1, 2013Climate scientists are in a unique position to speak to the public about climate change
February 18, 2013The Governor has declared a State of Emergency and National Guard soldiers are, as I write, driving Humvees up and down the streets of New Haven...
February 13, 2013The ISPS Special Panel Event “Preventing Gun Violence"
February 5, 2013A new study on the consequences of income inequality for college attendance confirms what many Americans already fear: colleges are not the engines of social and economic mobility we need them to be.
February 4, 2013In his talk at IDCC, Ewan Birney, Associate Director of the EMBL European Informatics Institute, described how the field of genomics has paved the path to large-scale data sharing. The field now publicly confronts the issues arising from breaches to privacy as a result of such sharing.