Published Research

Research | Psychological Science

Economic Insecurity Increases Physical Pain

Bidhan L. Parmar
Adam D. Galinsky
In a world of growing economic uncertainty, physical pain is also on the rise. Are these things causally connected, and if so, why?
Feb 18 2016
E.A. Mahoney,
S.C. Levine
S.L. Beilock
Early learning, parent motivation, and public policy.
Nov 2015
Research | State Politics & Policy Quarterly

Failures: Diffusion, Learning, and Policy Abandonment

This article focuses on the possible abandonment of failing welfare-to-work policies in the formative years (1997–2002) of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program across the 50 U.S. states.
Art Fraas
Susan Dudley
Ted Gayer
John Graham
Jason F. Shogren
W. Kip Viscusi
Feb 5 2016
Jens Arnold
Beata Javorcik
Aaditya Mattoo
February 2016
Research | The Entrepreneurial University: Context and Institutional Change

New York University: Nurturing Entrepreneurship in New York City

Jill R. Kickul
Lene Foss and David V. Gibson (Eds)
May 27, 2015
Research | Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes

Not so lonely at the top: The relationship between power and loneliness

Adam Watz
Joe C. Magee
Adam D. Galinsky
Research: The relationship between power and loneliness
Jun 11 2015
Sara Driskell
Martin Davidson
In this work, we examined costs of framing diversity as good for organizations vs. fair; specifically, we examined whether framing diversity as good for organizations broadens people’s definitions of diversity and increases racial bias.
Dec. 14, 2015
A naïve undergraduate is transported from a small California town to the intensely competitive world of Capitol Hill policymaking.
March 1, 2014
Alan E. Wiseman, Vanderbilt University; Dana E. Wittmer, Colorado College
This book explores why some members of Congress are more effective than others at navigating the legislative process.
Oct. 1, 2014