- Michigan economy faces ‘corona-depression’ as non-essential businesses close their doors IPPSR Affiliate Charles Ballard, professor of economics who is director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey, is quoted in an MLive article about the impact of coronavirus on unemployment in Michigan.
- How To File For Unemployment If You've Been Affected By Coronavirus Layoffs IPPSR Affiliate Stephen Woodbury, MSU professor of economics, encourages Michigan residents to claim unemployment benefits if eligible.
- Red vs. Blue on Coronavirus Concern: The Gap is Still Big but Closing IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann, an MSU political scientist, is quoted in a New York Times article about the coronavirus pandemic.
- How The Fed And Congressional Democrats Aim To Keep The Economy Stable IPPSR Affiliate Lisa Cook, MSU professor of economics, was quoted in an article about the need to provide relief to workers in the stimulus bill.
- States Push Price Gouging Measure As Coronavirus Fuels Consumers Fears State Sen. Jeremy Moss, an alumni of the IPPSR Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP), introduced a bill to end businesses from profiteering from coronavirus.
- Coronavirus Live Updates, March 16: A New Normal Begins in Michigan State Rep. Brenda Carter, an MPLP alumni, called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to end utility shut-offs and evictions during the coronavirus crisis.
- Rep. Bollin urges residents to heed governor's stay-at-home order State Rep. Ann Bollin, an MPLP alumni, urges Michigan’s governor to postpone May elections and outlines the reasons why.
- How Anxiety and Crises Change Out Political Behavior IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann talks how times of national crisis can change political behavior on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Michigan Sending Absentee Ballots to all Voters for May 5 Election because of Coronavirus Outbreak Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, an MPLP alumni, directs the mailing of absentee ballots to Michigan residents for the May 5 election due to the coronavirus.