La Follette School professor Mark Copelovitch weighs in on Greece’s “no” vote on its referendum on the bailout proposals from its international creditors in a new article.
A nonprofit organization has some new ideas for improving its free tax preparation services for low-income individuals and families thanks to an analysis from the La Follette School of Public Affairs.
Ways to help individuals battered by income volatility are outlined in a new report from the La Follette School of Public Affairs.
Professor emeritus Karen Holden comments on fostering financial literacy on a web site published by a credit card company.
Virginia Andersen, a 2015 graduate of the La Follette School of Public Affairs, is a program analyst with the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau.
Research on health insurance costs conducted in part by a La Follette School alum looks at how Wisconsin State Employee Health Plan controls the rapid rise of health insurance costs in Dane County compared to Wisconsin's other counties.
A La Follette School faculty member helped to launch a one-credit course on financial life skills that is helping undergraduates.
James Gultry uses the keen policy analysis skills he learned at the La Follette Institute every day as he prepares a contract or agreement between the U.S. Agency for International Development and nongovernmental organizations working in Ghana, Liberia, Benin, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Pakistan, Afghanistan and most recently Ethiopia.
Two dozen La Follette School students descended on Chicago November 6 for a whirlwind career exploration visit, the second such event sponsored by the school in the past year.
Strategies to promote emergency savings among underserved households will be discussed in a webinar on Wednesday, October 29, from 1 to 2 p.m. by La Follette School professor J. Michael Collins, director of the university's Center for Financial Security.