2014 study in the American Review of Public Administration on the impact of race, poverty and disaster aid on economic recovery after a natural disaster.
2014 study from the London School of Economics and Harvard University on the advantages that incumbent candidates in U.S. elections can have over challengers.
2014 paper from Dartmouth College on the evolving research understanding of political violence and a review of key intellectual trends.
2014 study in Psychological Science on the potential social and political responses of white Americans to future demographic shifts.
2014 Princeton study, published in in the Journal of Politics, examining empirical evidence relating to why people participated in the Arab Spring.
2014 study published in American Political Science Review by Pennsylvania State University on how to accurately measure human rights abuses over time.
2013 report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics and the National Research Council on ways to improve the accuracy of surveys on the incidence of rape and sexual assault.
2014 study in Social Work Research on the varying rates of re-offending based on the punishment given to youths for criminal behavior.
2014 study from Harvard that shows how contact with others of different backgrounds can affect majority community attitudes.
2014 study by New York University published in Journal of Politics on the relationship between popular protests, media freedom and coups.