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New study shows that political donors prize party loyalty, disfavor bipartisanship

May 26, 2020
Frequent campaign donors prefer congressional candidates who toe the party line to those who promote extreme views or make bipartisan appeals, according to a new study co-...
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Yale leaders talk about COVID-19: FAS Dean of Social Science Alan Gerber

May 20, 2020
Alan S. Gerber, the FAS Dean of the Social Sciences Division at Yale University, recently sat down with YaleNews for an interview as part of the “Yale leaders talk about...
COVID-19 Social Science Research Opportunities for Students

A Social Science Response to COVID-19: Research Opportunities for Yale Students to Help with the Public Health Crisis

May 18, 2020
In the last five months, a novel coronavirus pandemic has created a public health crisis with enormous consequences for health, politics, and economics. It has created...
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Professor Jacob S. Hacker on "The Progressive Pursuit of a Bolder Biden"

May 13, 2020
Jacob S. Hacker, the Stanley Resor Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University, weighs in on the candidacy...
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Computation and Society Initiative Hosts Virtual Series on COVID-19

April 13, 2020
The Yale Computation and Society Initiative (CSI) is hosting a new virtual speaker series called “Coffee Break” via Zoom.  In this on-going series of discussions, CSI will be...
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CSAP Affiliates Explore Partisan Animosity and Political Conflict in Newly Published Study

January 14, 2020
A newly published study conducted by CSAP affiliates Greg Huber and Lilla Orr explores the reasons why Republicans and Democrats express negative feelings toward one another...
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Greg Huber Co-authors Study on Growing Diversity and Increasing Support for Anti-immigration Candidates in the US

November 25, 2019
Yale political scientist and associate CSAP director, Greg Huber, has co-authored a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences that...