Paul Pierson's article on rising inequality (co-authored with Jacob Hacker) was published on Pierson is an IGS affiliated faculty. 

February 25, 2015

Eric Oliver was interviewed in the Washington Post about his research on why people believe in conspiracy theories. Oliver is an IGS visiting scholar. 

February 20, 2015

Thomas Burke's article (with Jeb Barnes) on Republican attempts to reform disability insurance was published in the Washington Post. Burke is an IGS visiting scholar. 

February 20, 2015

New analysis of California's Top Two primary, published in the latest issue of the California Journal of Politics and Policy, was the subject of articles in Los Angeles Times, Fox & Hounds, Sacramento Bee, Election Law Blog, and Mischiefs of Faction.

February 12, 2015

Research in the new issue of the California Journal of Politics and Policy on the impact of California's Top Two primary system was cited in an article in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog. 

February 12, 2015

The California Votes conference, a post-mortem on the 2014 election, was the subject of an article in the Cook Political Report

February 6, 2015

IGS's 2-day conference on the 2014 election, "California Votes," was covered by the Los Angeles Times and the Sacramento Bee (article 1) (article 2). 

February 2, 2015

“Boom and Bust: The Politics of the California Budget,” just published by IGS Press, was cited in a Ventura County Star op-ed on state tax reform.

January 28, 2015

IGS Director Jack Citrin was a featured guest on KQED's Forum radio program on January 8, speaking about the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, as well as European immigration issues.  

January 7, 2015

Karen Skelton's op-ed on what a Clinton Campaign could learn from The Hunger Games was published in the Sacramento Bee. Skelton is Vice-Chair of the IGS National Advisory Council.

December 9, 2014