NJSPL Research Affiliates Garin Bulger and Kathyrn Balitsos' report examining flood buyback programs was referenced in a new article by The Good Men Project discussing families' struggling to recover after flood damage from Hurricane Ida.
NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato discusses the impact of increasingly severe weather disasters due to climate change and the insurance industry's growing response in her latest op-ed in the New Jersey Globe.
NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro warns of the dangers of politicians demonizing the federal bureaucrats that serve our public in a new op-ed from The Hill.
An article from NJBIZ references a recent op-ed authored by NJSPL Policy Linda Stamato in which she makes the case for having public banks in New Jersey.
NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato discusses "Laura Wooten's Law," recently passed legislation in New Jersey mandating civics courses be taught in middle schools, and the importance of civics education for our country at large.
A recent report authored by NJSPL Research Affiliate Tom Dallessio was referenced in an article announcing that Michele Byers, former executive director of the New Jersey Conservation Foundation will be keynote speaker at the Northwest New Jersey Rivers Conference.
NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato discusses the latest SCOTUS decision to end affirmative action and what this will mean for colleges and universities to change their admission policies going forward.
NJSPL Research Affiliate Marilyn Rubin co-authored a research article which was published in JSEPA on the subject of utilizing government budgets to influence the allocation of resources to advance equity.
NJSPL Researchers Hannah Younes, Robert B. Noland, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, and James Sinclair published their new findings in which they investigated the relationship between people working from home during the pandemic and how much time they spent walking outside before, during, and after COVID.
Stuart Shapiro, dean of the Bloustein School and Principal Investigator of the NJSPL, published a new op-ed discussing reports from civil servants that the Trump administration posed an existential threat to expertise in the federal bureaucracy.