Dr. Robert Noland, Director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers, was quoted in an article discussing the merits of incorporating a dedicated bus lane for the New Jersey Turnpike.
Stuart Shapiro breaks down a recent bill Senator Joe Manchin has introduced regarding the permitting process for energy projects, and presents his perspective on how utilizing procedural requirements can both help and hinder the government.
In this opinion piece, Linda Stamato defends the Founding Fathers' original intention to keep the United States from establishing a national religion, and why we should not allow one religion over others to influence politics and public policy today.
Associate Professor Michael S. Hayes was interviewed about his recent report analyzing the impact cannabis-related businesses have had so far on home sale prices in New Jersey.
In this opinion piece, Professor Sarah Small and Executive Director Elizabeth Cooner address the childcare shortage in New Jersey following the pandemic.
Principal Investigator Stuart Shapiro was a guest expert on the latest FedScoop podcast from Gov Actually (Episode 57) titled “The Supreme Court’s Impact on Federal Regulations,” on July 21, 2022.
Stuart Shaprio offers his take on the filibuster in this opinion piece for The Hill: "Getting rid of the filibuster will not lead to an avalanche of legislation. It will just lead to more than we get now."
Charles Payne co-authors Dignity-Affirming Education: Cultivating the Somebodiness of Students and EducatorsTamara Swedberg2022-07-05T15:45:09-04:00
The word “dignity” is not typically used in education, yet it is at the core of strong pedagogy. This book names the concept and shows readers what education looks like when it is centered on students’ dignity.
"Negotiation may be more promising if the focus shifts from a final resolution of the protracted conflict to an interim plan with these initial objectives: (a) to cease the fighting and (b) to consider occupied territory “neutral,” and under a protectorate, until a complete resolution can be determined."
New Research from Professors Robert B. Noland, Evan Iacobucci, and Wenwen Zhang evaluate the support for street space that was reallocated during the pandemic.