The new report details the lessons learned from Arizona’s innovative approach to legislative redistricting, which was coauthored by Daniel Moskowitz, assistant professor at Harris Public Policy.
Report evaluates a range of policies and finds that when uncertainty is high, flexibility is key.
New research by a University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy scholar finds that the ability to vote with a mobile device increased turnout by three to five percentage points in the 2018 federal election in West Virginia.
New research led by a Harris Public Policy scholar provides compelling evidence that Medicaid’s push to shift long-term care from nursing homes and other medical institutions to home and community-based services (HCBS) may be detrimental to patients.
A new study co-authored by University of Chicago scholar Harold Pollack examines the time elapsed between the acquisition of a gun and when it was used in a crime. According to research, the median duration of this so-called last link was just two months.
Why do rebel fighters sometimes attack intermittently and with small forces—and at other times with more concentrated direct assaults?