- Why women can take years to come forward with sexual assault allegations Rebecca Campbell, a psychologist at Michigan State University and IPPSR affiliate, has studied institutional response to sexual assault victims.
- Will self-driving cars steal your job? New study says no The new technology should change the workforce and workforce demands, says IPPSR Affiliate Shelia Cotten, MSU Foundation Professor of media and information.
- Moving from win-win to win-lose trade policy will end in lose-lose Is there any hope that tariff and trade wars will have a silver lining? IPPSR Affiliate Tomas Hult, a professor in the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, reviews the prospects.
- Bridging the Digital Divide for Older AmericansIPPSR Affiliate Sheila Cotten is researching ways to shrink the veritable digital divide – making it easier for people of all ages to learn new technology.
- 7 habits of people who make friends easily As the song goes, make new friends and keep the old…. But just how easy is it to make new friends? Ask IPPSR Affiliate William Chopik, assistant professor of psychology.
- Smartphones may serve as digital security blankets Cellphones have taken some blame for depression and feelings of loneliness. New research shows that cellphones can also be a comfort. Psychologist William Chopik, an IPPSR affiliated faculty member, comments on the new research.
- Voters like a political party until it passes laws Can either political party maintain power while also enacting their policy and legislative agenda? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann reviews the question for FiveThirtyEight.com.
- Schuette, Whitmer tax plans promise to strain Michigan's budget Spend or cut our way to solving Michigan’s problems? IPPSR State of the State Survey Director Charles Ballard assesses two different gubernatorial strategies.
- A sign of the times? Weak and strong polarization in the U.S. Congress, 1973–2016 Party polarization is even worse than most people think. IPPSR Affiliate Zachary Neal’s stunning research appears in the publication Social Networks.