David Glick

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    New research finds little evidence of anti-black racial bias by public housing authorities

New research finds little evidence of anti-black racial bias by public housing authorities

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Despite great strides in Civil Rights and representation, there are still concerns over racial bias in the provision of public services. In new research Katherine Levine Einstein and David Glick examined whether or not access to public housing is affected by racial bias by sending emails with ostensibly black, white, and Hispanic names to more than 1,000 housing authorities. […]

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    How exposure to conspiracy theories can reduce trust in government.

How exposure to conspiracy theories can reduce trust in government.

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Conspiracy theories are not new – from theories about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to concerns that 9/11 might have been an ‘inside job’, alternative explanations about important events have an appeal to many parts of the population. In new research, Katherine Levine Einstein and David M. Glick find that people who are exposed to conspiracy theories […]

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    State policymakers tend to look for lessons from their neighbors and other innovative states.

State policymakers tend to look for lessons from their neighbors and other innovative states.

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U.S states are often described as ‘laboratories of democracy’, as they have a significant amount of freedom to try out and experiment with public policies. David Glick takes a close look at how states learn from one another. Focusing on policy briefs prepared for state policymakers, he finds that these reports tend to focus on information from nearby states […]

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