Science News Magazine Features Research From Drs. Brett Watson, Mouhcine Guettabi, Matthew Reimer, and Andrew Bibler
The Alaska Permanent Fund dividend, now in its 38th year, is providing valuable data for research into universal basic income, or UBI — an idea gaining traction in public debate thanks in part to Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang making it a cornerstone of his campaign.
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Dr. Kevin Berry Analyzes Bike to Work Day
Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) Assistant Professor of Economics, Dr. Kevin Berry, recently published a report for Bike Anchorage and the Municipality of Anchorage estimating and evaluating the impact of organized promotional events on the number of individuals cycling to work in Anchorage, Alaska, specifically “Bike to Work Day” (BTWD).
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New Report: How Much Does Alaska Spend on K-12 Education?
In a new education publication, Dayna DeFeo, Matthew Berman, Alexandra Hill, and Diane Hirshberg examine how Alaska’s K-12 spending compares to other states in the US.
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ISER Director Ralph Townsend Presents on Fisheries Management in UK
Director of the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) and Professor of Economics, Dr. Ralph Townsend, recently presented three invited talks on fisheries management in the United Kingdom.
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Dr. Jennifer Schmidt Talks Wildfire Risk in Bloomberg Law News
The Institute of Social and Economic Research’s (ISER) Assistant Professor of Natural Resources Management, Dr. Jennifer Schmidt, was recently published in Bloomberg Law News discussing the rising wildfire risk in Alaska. In the article, Dr. Schmidt explains the impact of climate and society on risk in the wildland urban interface (WUI) and suggests actions that can be taken to lower that threat.
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