Gabriel Lenz's research on voter shortsightedness is highlighted in a article. Lenz is an IGS affiliated faculty member.

February 5, 2014

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.

January 29, 2014

David Broockman's article, "The real extremists are American voters, not politicians," is in the Washington Post. Broockman is an IGS graduate student.

January 23, 2014

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.

January 21, 2014

IGS Directory Jack Citrin is cited in a San Francisco Chronicle article about Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado abandoning his gubernatorial campaign.

January 17, 2014

Ethan Rarick is quoted in a Contra Costa Times article on the retirement of Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez. Rarick heads the Matsui Center at IGS. 

January 14, 2014

"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. 

January 13, 2014

Former Chief Justice Ron George, the subject of Chief: The Quest for Justice in California, was interviewed December 12 on KQED Radio's Forum program


December 13, 2013

California Lawyer has published an excerpt from Chief: The Quest for Justice in California. Released last month by Berkeley Public Policy Press,  the new book is an oral history of Chief Justice Ronald M. George conducted in 2011 by IGS oral historian Laura McCreery.

December 2, 2013

"Funding Immigrant Organizations: Suburban Free-riding and Local Civic Presence," by Els de Graauw and IGS Affiliated Faculty member Irene Bloemraad, was published in the American Journal of Sociology 119(1).

November 14, 2013