Media Contributions

Tropical Storm
Hurricane Damage
Image by Elliott Stallion

Hurricanes may not discriminate, but governments and utility companies do, our research finds

September 23, 2021

When everyone loses power, who gets it back first?

Co-authors: Fernando Tormos-Aponte; Gustavo García-López

How Inequality and Politics Influence Government Responses to Natural Disasters

September 20, 2021

When disasters occur, do governments and utility companies place a priority on helping some while neglecting others?

Co-authors: Fernando Tormos-Aponte; Gustavo García-López

Voters Support the Biden-Sanders Task Force Recommendations

July 28, 2020

This document reviews polling on policies relevant to the recent Biden–Sanders Unity Task Force recommendations memo.

Co-authors: Andrew Mangan, Erik Shell (Data for Progress) and Emily Bello-Pardo, Monika Nayak, John Ray, Mark White (YouGov Blue)

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City from Below

2019’s Best & Worst Cities to Drive in

September 2019

Contributed as an expert of transportation and technology; discusses urban transportation and car use.

Why We Need to Address the Demands of Striking Ride-Hailing Service Drivers

May 8, 2019

History tells us that ignoring these grievances could lead to catastrophic consequences.

How Exit Polls Can Help Newly Elected Leaders Gauge the Policy Preferences of
Voters

January 23, 2018

Using such questions, political scientists can help newly elected city leaders better understand issues like transportation, even if voters do not list them as most important.