Taeku Lee's nationwide poll of Asian Americans was cited in a San Francisco Chronicle column on affirmative action. Lee is an IGS affiliated faculty.
A study co-authored by IGS grad student David Broockman that measured how campaign donations alter the behavior of members of Congress is the subject of a Washington Post article.
"Managing Budgets During Fiscal Stress: Lessons for Local Government Officials," a report co-authored by IGS Senior Research Fellow Max Neiman, is now available at the IBM Center for the Business of Government website.
Gabriel Lenz's research on voter shortsightedness is highlighted in a Sciencemag.org article. Lenz is an IGS affiliated faculty member.
A paper by IGS affiliated faculty Gabriel Lenz, "Substituting the End for the Whole," on voters' short-term view of economic return, is the subject of an article in the UC Berkeley NewsCenter.
David Broockman's article, "The real extremists are American voters, not politicians," is in the Washington Post. Broockman is an IGS graduate student.
Jack Citrin is quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article on California Attorney General Kamala Harris's re-election bid. Citrin is the director of IGS.
IGS Directory Jack Citrin is cited in a San Francisco Chronicle article about Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado abandoning his gubernatorial campaign.
"How patronage politics ate the Port Authority," an article in the Washington Post by Phil Rocco and Chloe Thurston (current and former IGS grad students), explains the patronage system behind the current scandal surrounding New Jersey Gov. Chis Christie.