Our weekly roundup of policy-relevant reads and IPPSR-connected research
- Getting Names Right: It's Personal IPPSR affiliated faculty member Dustin Carnahan is quoted about a new book written by Michigan State University students.
- The Most and Least Empathetic Countries in the World IPPSR Affiliate William Chopik discusses his new research on empathy rankings by country.
- Study Gives Guidance on 'Reproductive Coercion' New research by MSU social sciences professor Heather McCauley provides guidance for clinicians when it comes to dealing with reproductive coercion.
- Area Forum Points to Agreement on Need to Improve Education; But How? IPPSR Affiliate David Arsen spoke at recent forum on education quality.
State Law Establishes Medical Marijuana Dispensary Regulations MPLP alumni and state Rep. Mike Callton introduced a recently passed bill regulating the sale of medical marijuana in Michigan.
Veterans’ Home Bills Spark Concerns about Privatizing Care MPLP alumni and state Sen. Margaret O’Brien discusses privatization of state veteran home workers.
Michigan Senate OKs Medicaid Tax Plan, Flurry of Other Bills MPLP alumni and State Sen. Ken Horn discusses recent policy change surrounding Medicaid taxation.
Presidential Hopefuls Will Be 'Frustrated' in Office, Professor Tells St. Vincent Crowd IPPSR Affiliate Benjamin Kleinerman spoke about the limitations of presidential power at recent event.
Could the 2016 Election Be Rigged? MSU Political Scientist Weighs In IPPSR director Matt Grossmann addresses questions about election rigging in the upcoming presidential election.
Vote House Republicans Out IPPSR Affiliate and professor emeritus Harry Perlstadt pens article on congressional Republicans.