The Carsey School of Public Policy is synonymous with applied research that influences legislative policy and helps to maintain an informed public. The Carsey School employs a cadre of leading research scientists and policy analysts working in a variety of research fields, including Demography, Vulnerable Populations, Environment and Climate Change, and School Funding.
This research is presented to the public through regularly published briefs and articles and, whenever possible, through online webinars and interviews like those below. Our Research webinars give viewers the opportunity to meet our authors first-hand and to hear them discuss the key findings of their research.
U.S. Fertility Rates and Births Continue to Diminish
Innovation in Food Access Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Fragile Relationship Between Police Officers and Citizens in an Age of Video Surveillance
Trusting Scientists More Than the Government
Views of a Fast-Moving Pandemic
An Older Population Increases Estimated COVID-19 Death Rates in Rural America
The Poverty-Reducing Effects of the EITC & Other Safety Nets for Young Parents
Deaths Exceeded Births in Nearly Half of U.S. Counties Last Year
Learning the Skills to Communicate Research: A Conversation with Jess Carson, Ph.D.
Free & Reduced-Price Lunch Eligibility by New Hampshire State Legislative District
Recent Carsey School Publications
Recent Carsey School News
- Epoch Times: Worries Rise as Vacationers from Pandemic Hotspots Travel to Popular AreasResearcher Jessica CarsonJun 01, 2020
- Concord Monitor: NH Recovery Homes Face Rising Demand Amid Diminished CapacityResearcher Shannon MonnatJun 01, 2020
- Carnegie Corp: Andrew Carnegie Fellow on Rural America’s Vulnerability to COVID-19Researcher Ken JohnsonJun 01, 2020
- Keene Sentinel: COVID-19 Pandemic Hasn't Change N.H. Resident's Views on ScienceResearcher Lawrence HamiltonMay 28, 2020
- NHPR: Pandemic Hasn't Changed N.H.'s Views on ScienceResearcher Lawrence HamiltonMay 26, 2020
- Union-Bulletin: Rural Areas Expect Higher Death RateKenneth JohnsonMay 26, 2020