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Video: Evidence-Based Policy in the Trump Era

New Video highlighting the July 19th session held at the Brookings Institution on the new 2018 volume of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Featuring Sen. Todd Young (R) & Sen. Tom Carper (D), assessing how ‘evidence in public policy is faring, currently, in the Trump administration.

1 year ago
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AAPSS Names 2018 Fellows

The American Academy of Political and Social Science will induct the organizer of the American Opportunity Survey and a professor of social work who focuses on how public policy affects children and families as two of the five eminent scholars to be inducted as fellows of the academy this year.

2 years ago
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Alan Krueger: Where Does Public Policy Fit in a Gig Economy?

American labor law and social programs were developed in an age where workers labored for a company and could plan to be there for years, if not a lifetime. The velocity of the gig economy’s expansion has left policymakers far behind, says economist Alan Kruger, and he’d like to bring them up to speed.

2 years ago
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AAPSS Names 2017 Fellows

A sociologist who has helped understand the complex issues of race in the United States, a political scientist who heads the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, and a psychologist whose work explains how we as human respond to threat are among the new class of fellows for the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

3 years ago
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Archived Webinar: Elections in America

What is the future of American political parties as we known them? Do Americans even care about the candidates’ positions? Do campaign visits and television ads really turn the dial in voting. Political scientists Larry Bartels, Lynn Vavreck and Gary Jacobsen — address these and other questions about the current presidential election in this archived webinar.

3 years ago
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Rebecca Blank Receives 2015 Moynihan Prize

A former acting secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the current chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison will receive this year’s Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize from the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

5 years ago
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Senator Elizabeth Warren Among New Fellows of AAPSS

A new U.S. senator, the founder of Institute for Women’s Policy Research and the director of the Center for the Study of American Politics are among seven distinguished scholars named 2014 fellows of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

6 years ago
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