What are the downstream political consequences of state activity explicitly targeting an ethnic minority group? Maya Sen and co-authors explore this question by examining the incarceration of people of Japanese ancestry during World War II.
Little is known about how local legislatures and executives make housing policy decisions and how their elections shape those decisions. Justin de Benedictis-Kessner examines how politics influences local housing policy.
To secure broad public support for costly yet important forms of international cooperation on global COVID-19 pandemic recovery, Gautam Nair finds that policymakers should craft responses clearly aligned with U.S. economic interests.