A new MIT-wide effort launched by the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society uses social science and computation to address systemic racism.
Senior Sihao Huang uses his background in physics and complex systems to inform his interdisciplinary approach to political science.
The findings suggest voting by incarcerated people is unlikely to affect electoral outcomes, in contrast to some assumptions.
Political scientist Vipin Narang’s new book, “Seeking the Bomb,” makes sense of the complex history of nuclear weapons programs.
Senior Max Williamson uses his background in computer science to tackle public policy issues in his home state and on a global scale.
Assistant Professor Mariya Grinberg works at the intersection of economics and national security, building better theories of state behavior.