Matthew Davis discusses short- and long-term benefits of investments in lead abatement

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Matthew Davis discusses short- and long-term benefits of investments in lead abatement

Davis says lead abatement one of very few public heath interventions that offers a great combination of short-term benefits that are measurable, as well as long term-gains. [More]

Isaac McFarlin discusses his research on Texas Top 10 Percent Plan with NPR

Isaac McFarlin discusses his research on Texas Top 10 Percent Plan with NPR

Isaac McFarlin argues that the Texas Top 10 Percent Plan impacts students differently, depending on which high school they attended. [More]

Wolfers to contribute to New York Times politics and policy website The Upshot

Wolfers to contribute to New York Times politics and policy website The Upshot

Professor of Public Policy Justin Wolfers will be a regular contributor to The Upshot, a New York Times website, launched April 22, focused on politics, policy, and economics. [More]

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Ford graduate students and faculty contribute to survey showing that pollution is a top concern for U.S. and Canadian citizens living around the Great Lakes. 4/21/2014. [More]

The Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy at the Ford School hosted a forum for the four declared candidates in this year's Ann Arbor mayoral race. 4/18/2014. [More]

New video features inaugural Dow Sustainability Fellows' collaboration with the City of Ann Arbor to create financial incentives and a revolving loan fund for landlords and renters making energy efficiency upgrades. 4/16/2014. [More]

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