A Kennedy School working paper shows that losing elections can take a big toll on partisan voters’ happiness.
Highlights from Dean Michael D. Smith’s annual report
The Joint Center for Economics brings a quantitative approach to economic history.
A specialist on immigration at Harvard Law School
Harnessing civic data makes governments more responsive to citizens.
Max Bazerman wants leaders to take notice of ethical challenges.
Scholars pursue sweeping new interpretations of the human past.
Brief life of a Scottish-American conservationist: 1838-1914
Orlando Patterson may be the last of Harvard sociology’s big thinkers.
The Scholars Strategy Network aims to integrate scholarship into public policy.
Ryan Enos probes how people react to those of a different race
Berkman Fellow Judith Donath says they can.
A plan for controlling greenhouse gases while enhancing economic growth
Study could lead to better support of adolescents growing up in the digital world.
The anthropological filmmaker founded the Harvard Film Study Center.