2011 report published in the
Virginia Journal of International Law on the commonalities behind two major “bride markets.”
Semester-long course on the structure of the judicial system and its terminology, function, and importance in public understanding of how the government operates.
2011 study by UC San Diego and UC Berkeley on strategy for disrupting the infrastructure on which spam advertising is based.
2010 study by Pepperdine University School of Law published in
Temple Law Review on prosecutorial procedures and the death penalty.
2010 study by Harvard Kennedy School of Government published in the journal
Governance on how good governance models vary globally.
Best practices for reporting on the official and unofficial players in federal, state, and local government, as well as the communities that they affect
While many journalists focus on press releases about companies' performance, financial statements -- found in a company’s 10-Q and 10-K filings with the SEC -- are the no-spin zone of business reporting.
2011 study by the Vera Institute of Justice on the potential benefits of treating criminals under 18 as juveniles and not as adults.
2009 Harvard University and Tel Aviv University study on whether the firms' executive compensation encouraged incentives for executives to take excessive risks.
2010 RAND Corporation paper on the estimates of the cost of crime, the effectiveness of police force in combating it, and potential benefits of investments in enforcement.