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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Keena Lipsitz and Grigore Pop-Eleches's piece in The Washington Post is based on their recent study, which used

Tuesday, Apr 28, 2020

Tali Mendelberg, John Work Garrett Professor of Politics and CSDP faculty associate, penned an op-ed in The New York Times on Why Politicians Are Often One Step Behind Disaster.

Sunday, Apr 12, 2020

CSDP has postponed all in-person events for the remainder of the spring term, with the aim of rescheduling to the upcoming 2020-2021 fall or spring terms. Some CSDP seminars will continue in April, virtually, by invitation only. All other initiatives, including remote research and grant programs, continue uninterrupted.

Friday, Mar 20, 2020

Thomas Edsall, writing in his opinion piece in The New York Times, quotes LaFleur Stephens-Dougan about systemic racism:

Monday, Mar 16, 2020
We are delighted to introduce next year's fellows in the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics. This twenty-first cohort of CSDP fellows will be in residence through the 2020-2021 academic year. Please join us in welcoming them to Princeton in September.
Saturday, Feb 29, 2020

Ali Valenzuela's research (with Loren Collingwood) was discussed in The Economist, Who will be Donald Trump’s most forceful foe?

Thursday, Feb 13, 2020

Lauren Wright's Monkey Cage article in The Washington Post discusses her research findings about celebrity candidates, with a warning not to underestimate the political advantages of...

Wednesday, Jan 29, 2020

Is the use of force by police racially biased, and if so, to what degree?

Monday, Jan 27, 2020

A Vox article, discussing social democratic policies and immigration, cites a recent paper by Charlotte Cavaille and John Marshall that found that the introduction of mandatory schooling laws in Europe...

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