Testimony and research from experts at the USC Price School of Public Policy and the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics are informing decisions at the White House and in Congress.
Research into the pandemic experiences of the Navajo Nation and the Klamath Tribes underscores the need for the U.S. to honor tribal water rights legally recognized — but never delivered on — for over a century.
USC study finds that personal voluntary behaviors to avoid infection also played a role in the downturn.
USC Price students are recognized for their work on land contracts, legal agreements that allow homebuyers to make payments directly to the seller instead of a bank.
When you factor in the cost to the environment, USC Price’s Marlon Boarnet notes, the price at the pump — even at today’s prices — doesn’t cover the true cost of using gasoline.
The professor and chair of the Presidential Working Group on Sustainable Education, Research and Operations has brought his policy and environmental expertise to shape a universitywide initiative to educate a new generation of leaders.
USC Schaeffer Center Senior Fellow Rosalie Liccardo Pacula warns of potential impact to public health.
Zakhary Mallett used local transportation as a child, then set policy as the youngest-ever member of the Bay Area Rapid Transit board. Now he’s doing doctoral research on whether all transit users pay their fair share.
Congress finally recognizes that broadband access “is essential to full participation in modern life in the United States,” a USC researcher who studies internet policy and digital inequality notes.
Riley Carbonneau and Julie Wong graduated from USC Price in May and were accepted into the prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship program, a two-year fellowship.