In their paper, “Political Scandal: A Theory” Associate Professor Wioletta Dziuda and William Howell, the Sydney Stein Professor in American Politics at Harris, investigate the incentives of parties to create political scandals and their political consequ
As a part of Harris Public Policy's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we sat down with Assistant Professor Austin L. Wright to discuss his Mexican-American community roots.
The appointment of Amy Coney Barrette would make the Supreme Court more conservative than it has been in decades. This paper by Tom Clark shows why our new conservative Court may still follow public opinion.
The 577 incoming graduate students join Harris Public Policy’s diverse community of scholars at a unique time, beginning the academic year in a hybrid model featuring primarily virtual classes, along with some in-person offerings.
As early voting gets under way across the United States, volunteer cybersecurity technologists unleashed through the Election Cyber Surge are working behind the scenes to ensure election systems are secure.
On this second edition of the "Just Another Politics Podcast Special", we join our fellow political podcasts in sitting back in our armchairs and sharing our thoughts on the Presidential debate.