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IPR's Top Articles Reflect Policy DebatesMany of IPR’s top-read articles from 2017 reflect wider policy concerns—from research on boycotts to partisan polarization to the benefits of safety-net programs.Read more...

IPR in 2017

The 51 PercentThe U.S. economy will only reach its full potential if women are able to fully participate in the labor market, according to a new book co-edited by economist and IPR Director Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach.Read more...

Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach

Northwestern Honors IPR Health PsychologistsIPR health psychologists Edith Chen and Greg Miller, partners in both research and life, traced their career paths at the investiture ceremony for their endowed chairs.Read more...

Edith Chen and Greg Miller

Racial Diversity Among Coaches Drives Diversity of BeliefsA new study by IPR political scientist James Druckman finds that coaches' race can affect their views.Read more...

Charles F. Manski

Promoting Unhealthy Foods to Kids OnlineSome food companies are using "advergames" to promote unhealthy foods to kids, according to a study by communications studies researcher and IPR associate Ellen Wartella.Read more...

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