Laws prohibiting discrimination are key to ensuring equal economic opportunity, UCLA researchers say.
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The “fissured workplace” creates a class system that erodes benefits and breaks down solidarity among co-workers, he says.
An American Economic Association profile traces his path to becoming a leading researcher of underrepresented groups.
Study of micro-scale outdoor cooling interventions, led by the Luskin Center for Innovation, aims to empower communities that are vulnerable to extreme heat.
A trope from “The Three Stooges” offers a lesson on what happens when just one more car gets on a road that’s near capacity.
Los Angeles city and county leaders adopt plans to assist tenants, but research finds that the need is overwhelming.
Class of 2020 hears words of encouragement from two who graduated during the Great Recession.
Study funded by the Defense Department finds strong support across the four branches of the U.S. military and across racial lines and sexual orientation.
Policymakers, civic leaders and advocacy groups cite studies by UCLA Luskin to grapple with housing instability made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sexual violence in public spaces threatens the overall sustainability of cities, book’s editors write.