Research

Professor Dan Black and co-author are the first to demonstrate that the Earned Income Tax Credit helps women move to economic opportunity.
As several state and local governments consider bills that prohibit teaching about sexual identity and issues around race, there is no public consensus about the role of public schools in teaching children about these issues, according to a new study.
A new white paper from the Center for Impact Sciences (CIS) at the Harris School of Public Policy outlines a series of steps to better measure social impact.
It’s indisputable that American elected officials are more politically polarized than ever before. Yet new research challenges the idea that voters are just as polarized.
Children whose behavior differs from traditional gender norms and stereotypes tend to earn significantly less as adults.
Despite a large body of literature on the history and role of the filibuster, no prior research has evaluated its effects empirically.