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Government -

Tom Steyer, MBA '83, who almost single-handedly bankrolled Proposition 39, may be a candidate for statewide office or an appointment to the Obama administration.

Why Do We Still Let the Electoral College Pick Our President?

Published: August 20, 2012
Topics: Government
[photo - Electoral College]
- Corrie Goldman

Q&A: Stanford Economist John Shoven on Social Security

Published: July 10, 2012
Topics: Government
[photo - John Shoven]
- Brooke Donald

Stanford's George Shultz on Energy: It's Personal

Published: July 12, 2012
- Mark Golden and Mark Shwartz

A Behavioral Science Perspective on Why People Vote

Todd Rogers, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Published: April 18, 2012

The Psychology Around Voter Turnout

Published: April 17, 2012
Topics: Government
- Marguerite Rigoglioso

Electoral Incentives and Partisan Conflict in Congress: Evidence from Survey Experiments

Research by:
Neil Malhotra, Associate Professor of Political Economy, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Laurel Harbridge, Northwestern University
Published: 2012
Topics: Government
[photo - U.S. Capitol building]
Citation: "Electoral Incentives and Partisan Conflict in Congress: Evidence from Survey Experiments", Neil Malhotra, Laurel Harbridge, American Journal of Political Science, July 2011
The New York Times -

Thomas Steyer (MBA ’83) and his brother James Steyer (JD ’83) have been working together to build the Center for the Next Generation, a nonprofit organization that aims to be a loud voice in major public policy debates.