Politics honors student Edward Smith capped his U.Va. career with a thesis that begins with a conversation he had with President Obama, and the conversation continues in recent weeks.
Governmental gridlock is the reason for the stock market run-up, says one professor. Another says it’s due to firms cutting costs and jobs while maintaining output. Will the run last?
Several professors offer insight on the run-up in the stock market despite recent developments that might make one expect a decline.
Will there be a sequester come Friday? Yes, says politics professor James Savage, “If the power relationships stay as they are.” What does that mean for the state and nation? Savage and other U.Va. experts weigh in on the issue.
What does the sequester mean for the state and nation? Politics professor James Savage and other U.Va. experts weigh in on the issue.
Secretary of State John Kerry delivered the first address of his term Wednesday at the University of Virginia, making a case for U.S. investment and diplomatic efforts around the world.
Two months after the November election, the Center for Politics is first out of the gate with a book-length analysis of President Obama’s re-election, just in time for his inauguration.
“When someone is bright and needs hardly any sleep, marginal productivity can be very high indeed,” one professor marveled about Joseph Riley. The fruits of Riley’s amazing work ethic now include a Rhodes Scholarship.
A forthcoming book from professor emeritus Ruhi K. Ramazani may be the final publication from a man dubbed the “dean of Iranian foreign policy.”
Two U.Va. law professors reflected on the relationship between money, free speech and campaign finance in the wake of the presidential election this week.