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Professor Konstantin Sonin examines the Russian economy's supposed downturn and the fate of the Putin regime.
The death of Antonin Scalia has kicked off a singular collision of political forces. Three Harris political scientists discuss what happens next.
There's a rational explanation for gridlock, finds Prof. Wioletta Dziuda—and it means our politicians might be more rational than we give them credit for.
Managing the Flood Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration Anne Richard, AM'84, says the refugee crisis requires a delicate balance between security and compassion.
The French economist reflects on the reaction to his best-selling book, whether economists are wasting their time with useless math, and why he thinks climate change is the next frontier of inequality.
Behavioral scientists at Chicago Harris spent months studying whether cheap, easy nudges could get parents to spend more time reading to their kids. Now the results are in.