2016 compilation of research that looks at the reliability and usefulness of economic impact studies that are performed on publicly-funded projects and programs.
State lawmakers who cannot seek reelection sponsor fewer bills, serve on fewer legislative committees and skip more roll-call votes, according to a new study from the University of Chicago and Stanford.
Nearly one-third of mayors believe that city policies won’t lessen health disparities, according to new research from Drexel University.
This new roundup of research looks at how changes in college aid may affect student mobility and "brain drain" within states and regions of the country.
Scholars have found that teacher salaries are linked to employee retention and that higher pay may draw smarter people to the field.
This collection of research looks at Ban the Box initiatives, including potential impacts in areas such as crime and employee discrimination.
Community college students in Tennessee were 2.5 times more likely to complete an associate degree within two years if they had participated in dual enrollment during high school, a recent study suggests.
The cost of filing federal income tax returns has risen steadily since the 1980s, partly because Americans are filing more forms with their returns, a UCLA researcher has found.
This new collection of research looks at black conservatism and the likelihood that black Republicans can draw African-American voters to the GOP.
A collection of research that examines how student performance and campus enrollments may change following a school shooting.