Till von Wachter, director of the California Policy Lab, says that even with the CARES Act prolonged large-scale unemployment may still be hard to reverse.
One of the resources offers access to data on how the pandemic is affecting incarcerated people and correctional officers.
Census undercount of Latinos could cost L.A. dearly in funds for critical health and social services
If 10% of the Latino population were not included, Los Angeles County could lose out on over a half billion dollars.
A California Policy Lab study could help officials understand how targeted job training programs could prevent homelessness.
At a UCLA Luskin Lecture Series event, historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz explored the roots and consequences of America’s “gun love.”
The Bunche Center for African American Studies was key in bringing the annual State of Black California meeting to campus.
The cross-disciplinary institute involving Engineering and the School of Law will examine advances in artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, robotics and new forms of digital media to identify their benefits and risks.
Using data from seven Los Angeles County agencies, researchers developed a model to predict which 3,000 residents were most likely to become homeless.
Panelists at a Zócalo/UCLA Downtown event, which included two UCLA faculty, discussed the factors that contribute to the state’s messy cannabis regulation system.
The new clinic at UCLA School of Law is one of several options for students interested in environmental law.
State senators from the southwestern United States provide insight during a discussion hosted by UCLA Luskin
With regret, we have agreed to step aside as the site of the debate rather than become a potential distraction during this vitally important time in our country’s history.
The analysis by the Luskin Center for Innovation helps the state deliver on its legal recognition that safe, clean, affordable and accessible water is a human right.
Research brief: A new report recommends 26 strategies, including rent control, anti-eviction protections, renter-education workshops and property-tax freezes.
UCLA students partnered with private tech company on project that explored public health outcomes in L.A. and Long Beach port communities.
In this Q&A, UCLA’s Jon Christensen discusses his new study of California’s Proposition 1, which was passed in 2014.
Infrastructure improvements, along with policy-based incentives for rideshare services and drivers, could promote broader adoption of electric vehicles.
Two days of workshops energize lawmakers from a battleground state that reflects the nation’s changing demographics.
Douglas Kellner talks about gun culture in the United States, societal changes that need to be made and the media’s contributions to violent culture.
Activists on a panel co-sponsored by UCLA preached the roles of persistence, patience and bipartisan cooperation in getting the FIRST STEP Act through Congress.
The educator, prolific author and blogger provided extensive guidance to policymakers. He died July 21 at the age of 68.
Q&A with UCLA’s Adam Romero and co-author Abbie Goldberg about their new book on marriage dissolution.
With release of new issue of UCLA Blueprint magazine, civic leaders, scholars and citizens discussed ‘the most pressing problem in this region.’
Rep. Karen Bass opened the inaugural conference about issues facing Southern California.
UCLA's Quality of Life Index shows that sky-high housing prices most worry respondents — especially younger people and renters.