NJ 101.5 interviewed NJSPL Research Affiliate Yana van der Meulen Rodgers on a recent report in collaboration with the Center for Women and Work and the NJSPL which examined who is most impacted by inflation in New Jersey.
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By Hannah Younes, Robert B. Noland, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, Jeffrey Dennis, Colin Roche, and Sam Rosenthal. Governor Phil Murphy signed S-147 into law in January 2023 directing the New Jersey Department of Transportation [...]
NJSPL Research Affiliates including Hannah Younes, Bob Noland, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, and James Sinclar authored a new op-ed with Zag Daily discussing the results from their survey polling over 2,400 New Jerseyans on their travel methods during the pandemic.
A Seamless Continuum of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Services for Justice-Involved Individuals in New JerseyMegan McCue2023-11-16T09:44:32-05:00
By James M. Davy, PhD. Disrupting a Fragmented System The professional staff of the New Jersey Reentry Corporation and other public and nonprofit service providing agencies can attest to the problem of fragmented and uncoordinated service-delivery systems that inhibit efforts to meet the mental health and substance use needs of previously incarcerated individuals in [...]
An NJSPL report in collaboration with Center for Women and Work examining the impact the pandemic has had on women in New Jersey was cited in a recent article from the Asbury Park Press on Thanksgiving grocery donations.
Elections and Public Administration Priorities for ‘Lame Duck’ Session - Lawmakers have enjoyed an extended summer break since June 30, 2023. On Nov. 7, Democrats strengthened their control of the legislature, adding a net five Democrats to the Assembly. In the leadup to the new session in January, lawmakers will work through a backlog of legislation, [...]
NJ Spotlight News interviewed Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, faculty director of the Center for Women and Work, on a recent report examining inflation in New Jersey published in collaboration with the New Jersey State Policy Lab.
By Jocelyn Fischer, Ph.D. and Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Ph.D. During the COVID-19 pandemic, New Jersey has experienced record high levels of inflation. These price increases raise concerns about New Jerseyans’ financial well-being. However, inflation [...]
By Will Irving. R/ECON’s economic forecast for New Jersey as of November 2023 shows slow or stagnant growth over the next five to six quarters, with GDP recovering to a steady but tepid rate of increase in 2025. This largely mirrors the U.S. trajectory [...]
Elections, Public Administration, and Public Policy: Policy questions at play in elections - As voters prepare to head to the polls on November 7, they will consider various policy issues in their choices. The Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling at Rutgers University reports that Republican voters are thinking about parental rights and trans students in [...]