School of Economic, Political & Policy Sciences

Fundraising Focus Took Upturn During Downturn

Dr. Young-Joo Lee, associate professor of public and nonprofit management, examined how some nonprofits' spending priorities changed before, during and after the recession that began in 2007. read more...

Professor: Korean Denuclearization Will Take Years

This week's historic meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore culminated with a joint agreement aimed at the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. But as Political Science Professor Paul Diehl told Fox 4 News in an interview, the agreement is broad, and the details will take time. read more...

Mistakes Help Drive Improvements in Polling Methods

After several high-profile missteps, political pollsters accurately predicted the outcome of the recent election in Ontario. Political Economy Professor Harold Clarke, who has done extensive research on polling, told the Canadian National Post in an interview that the setbacks helped drive improvements in their methods. read more...

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