Stories about Political Science

Laible edits a new book that examines the impact of Brexit on the European Union, which may be more of a problem for Britain than other EU nations.

First study to look at gender differences in trustworthiness and perceptions of benevolence in the context of hierarchical negotiations, such as wage-labor agreements, finds that women and men reach very similar negotiations outcomes in a neutral setting.

Professor Holona Ochs' research on voter disenfranchisement cited in court case. 

The six Democratic primary candidates seeking to represent District 7 in the U.S. House of Representatives shared their views on immigration, labor rights, the environment and gun control. 

Professor Holona Ochs shares her perspective about the potential impacts of recent wage law proposals on tipped workers. 

CATO senior fellow Julian Sanchez delivered the Tresolini Law Lecture on the timely topic of surveillance.

The Cato Institute’s Julian Sanchez will address the fourth amendment and electronic surveillance.

A panel discussion analyzes the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.

Mid-day session was the third in the “Tackling Tough Topics Together” series organized by the CEC.

In 42 years on the faculty, he taught students the art of the hallway discussion.