April 2017

Detroit Free Press Online published an article written by Thomas Buchmueller, Helen Levy, and colleague called “How to protect Michigan’s insurance market.”

John Bound was quoted by The Boston Globe in “In Trump era, tech visas get a hard look.”

Surgical Products Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Honest May Not Be The Best Policy For Hospital Safety Grades, Study Suggests.”

Research from the Surveys of Consumers was cited by GlobeNewswire in “Economic Optimism Dips Slightly but Remains in Positive Territory According to Latest IBD/TIPP Poll.”

Jim Morrow was quoted by O Globo in “Trump government takes tough stance against Assad and presses Russia.”

Intelligencer Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Burlington County’s women attorneys earn 41 percent less than men.”

Terri Orbuch was mentioned by Thrillist in “How to Merge Lives With Your Significant Other Without Losing Your Own.”

The Institute for Research on Innovation and Science was mentioned by Inside Higher Ed in “Communicating the Value of University Research When Science is Under Attack.”

Reuters cited research from the Surveys of Consumers in “Bullish but thrifty U.S. consumers present puzzle.”

Research from the Surveys of Consumers was cited by Business Insider in “Here’s how you’ll know if Trump is making America’s economy great again.”

O Globo quoted Jim Morrow in “US Attack on Syria Threatens Trump Strategy.”

Heather Ann Thompson, Population Studies Center, and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by MLive in “University of Michigan professor wins Pulitzer Prize in history.”

Detroit Free Press quoted Mark Tessler in “Most Arabs believe foreign intervention gave rise to ISIS, survey finds.”

Jerry Davis was mentioned by Crain’s Detroit Business in “Gig work could prevent working poor from getting ahead.”

The Detroit News mentioned William H. Frey and the Institute for Social Research in “A new life for historic Temple Beth El.”

Richard Miech and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by ten outlets, including HealthDay, in “College Now the Place to Try Pot: Study.”

MinnPost mentioned Population Studies Center and the Institute for Social Research in “Minnesota is the king of state rankings. Is the state really among the best, or just among the best at getting good grades?

Mary Gallagher was mentioned by O Globo in “Signs changed in US foreign policy are evident with Korea.”