Law, Business and Politics
Mar. 3, 2015—A poll taken by the Latin American Opinion Project at Vanderbilt University has bad news for Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro.
Feb. 27, 2015—Vanderbilt law professor Rebecca Haw Allensworth says a recent Supreme Court decision leaves states three options to stave off antitrust lawsuits.
Feb. 23, 2015—The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a lawsuit challenging the Obama Administration’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Vanderbilt University legal expert James Blumstein says the true issue surrounding the King v. Burwell case is separation of powers.
Feb. 18, 2015—A poll by the Latin American Opinion Project shows that Argentines have responded to the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman with anger and resignation.
Feb. 6, 2015—John Geer and Josh Clinton presented data from the Vanderbilt Poll to reporters at The Associated Press' legislative planning session on Feb 5.
Feb. 4, 2015—The Program on Law and Innovation at Vanderbilt Law School has been started to prepare students for 21st-century legal practice.
Jan. 29, 2015—Everyone knows that the second biggest competition on Super Bowl Sunday is the battle over advertising. Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management experts are available to talk about trends in Super Bowl advertising.
Jan. 26, 2015—A team of Vanderbilt students will compete in a challenge to find improve education opportunities for young children in urban slums.
Jan. 26, 2015—Keeping middle managers happy with their supervisors is the key to retaining the lower-level workers they manage and avoiding expensive turnover costs, according to a Vanderbilt University study.
Jan. 23, 2015—Many investment companies earn revenue through securities lending without necessarily looping in the customers whose money is used to fund the investments, Vanderbilt researchers say.
Jan. 19, 2015—President Obama is set to talk to the nation on Jan. 20 for his State of the Union address. Vanderbilt has an array of experts available to comment.
Jan. 2, 2015—Klint Alexander, senior lecturer in political science and law, writes the re-election of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may be one of the most important developments in U.S.-Japan relations since the end of the Second World War.