Research

Workers with racially and regionally distinctive speech patterns earn lower wages compared to those who speak in the mainstream vernacular.
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.