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The Henry Hart Rice Urban Policy Forum @ NYU Wagner will feature a talk by NYU historian Kim Phillips-Fein, author of a new book examining the lasting impact of the roller-coaster 1975 fiscal crisis.
A new partnership between NYU Steinhardt and NYU Law students and public school teachers encourages high schoolers to "think like lawyers."
Americans’ lack of support for raising taxes on the wealthy to address inequality may be explained, in part, by our beliefs in “equal treatment,” finds a new study by political scientists at NYU and Stanford University.
NYU School of Law announced today the creation of the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center (State Impact Center) dedicated to helping state attorneys general fight against regulatory roll-backs and other actions that undermine key clean energy, climate change, and environmental values and protections.
Journalism professor Brooke Kroeger finds lessons for contemporary activists in the story of the largely forgotten Men's League for Woman Suffrage.
Joseph Kabila, the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and his family own, either partially or wholly, more than 80 companies and businesses in the country and abroad, according to a new report by NYU’s Congo Research Group.
NYU Professor Joshua Tucker, director of the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, is available for comment on present and historical topics pertaining to Russia.
Studying dark presidential episodes from the past can help us remain vigilant against abuses of power in our own time, argues historian Timothy Naftali. But we shouldn't be so quick to equate Trump with Nixon.
The Center for Labor and Employment Law at NYU Law will host the 70th annual conference on law and labor, “Sharing the Gains of the US Global Economy,” on June 8-9, 2017.