June 2016

Slate quoted Robert Schoeni in “The Failure of Welfare Reform”.

Luke Shaefer was quoted by Slate in “Oh My God – We’re on Welfare?!”

Westside Story Newspaper Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “UCR’s African American Family Wellness Center Hosted Successful Reception”.  

Luke Shaefer and colleagues were mentioned in The Economist’s “Sighing for paradise to come”.

Forbes cited the Institute for Social Research in “Is Empathy Dead? How Your Lack of Empathy Damages Your Reputation and Impact As A Leader”.  

Bloomberg News cited Miles Kimball in “Negative Interest Rates Are Nothing to Fear”.

Gerald Davis was quoted by the Daily Herald in “Meet The New Digital Conglomerates: Google, Facebook, Amazon … And Apple?”

Michigan Radio quoted Reynolds Farley in “Detroit neighborhoods not part of city’s resurgence”.

Time cited the Institute for Social Research in “These Unexpected Costs Could Spoil Your Retirement”.

Sonja Starr was quoted by Michigan Radio in “Study: ‘Ban the Box’ laws increase employer racial discrimination.”

The Washington Post quoted Nicholas Valentino in “Americans now think it’s okay to say what they really think about race”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Wall Street Journal Ads Call Out the Paper’s Bias On Climate Change”.

Smithsonian.com cited the Institute for Social Research in “Eight New Things Science Says About Being a Dad”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by CNBC in “Fed needs to be more flexible”.

Daily Herald cited Miles Kimball in “The Fed resembles a defective car – here’s how to fix it”.

TIME cited the Institute for Social Research in “Losing Your Job Could Make You Fat”.

The Atlantic cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Republican Party’s White Strategy”.

Gizmodo quoted Lloyd Johnston in “There Really Is An LSD Shortage, And Here’s Why”.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Richard Curtin in “Election Uncertainty Takes Toll on Business”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The New York Times in “U.S. Partisanship at Highest in Decades, Pew Study Finds”.

Inside Higher Ed cited the Institute for Social Research in “How Athletes Identify Influences GPA”.

Scott Atran was quoted by ScienceNews in “New studies explore why ordinary people turn terrorist”.

Muniba Saleem was published by The Conversation in “Why bad news for one Muslim American is bad news for all Muslims”.

Pasadena Independent cited the Institute for Social Research in “Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way”.

Reuters quoted Michael Traugott in “Trump supporters more likely to view blacks negatively”.

David Lam was quoted by several news outlets, including Daily News in “Michigan researcher says world’s population growth will slow”.

MarketWatch cited the Institute for Social Research in “Retirement is making people more miserable than ever before”.