Apr 24, 2019
In this study, we present metrics to help analysts determine whether they have a good enough match to conduct causal inference using synthetic control method.
Equal numbers of people experienced serious psychological distress in 30 days during the pandemic as did over an entire year prior to the pandemic.
In this article, we argue that the main challenges policymakers confront in deploying 'smart cities' technologies are organizational rather than technological.
This study uses data from a nationally representative sample of American adults to examine the factors that people think drive health outcomes and their beliefs about the importance of health equity.
This report presents the results of the second of four surveys on how Americans' health views and values have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with particular focus on populations deemed at risk or underserved, including people of color and those from low- to moderate-income backgrounds. This top-line report summarizes descriptive findings from the second wave of the COVID-19 and the Experiences of Populations at Greater Risk Survey.
Over the past ten years, the climate change research community has developed a scenario framework combining alternative futures of climate and society to facilitate integrated research and consistent assessment to inform policy. Here we assess how well this framework is working and what challenges it faces.
Emergency risk communication is a crucial part responding to crises, but it's also a critical part of preventing negative outcomes from communication missteps.
This volume features a variety of research projects at the intersection of mathematics and public policy. The topics included here fall in the areas of cybersecurity and climate change.