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IPI’s Dr. Matthew May examines the hidden costs of primary systems in The Blue Review

Dr. Matthew May’s article The Hidden Cost of Primary Systems appeared in the May 1 edition of The Blue Review. In the article, May explores why fewer state employees are turning out to vote in Idaho’s primary election. Drawing on … (Read More) IPI’s Dr. Matthew May examines the hidden costs of primary systems in The Blue Review

IPI teams with INL to promote Butte County economic development

IPI is working on three projects to spur economic development and quality of life in Butte County, a remote and beautiful corner of the Gem State. Corey Taule of Idaho State Journal writes about how Boise State is working with Butte … (Read More) IPI teams with INL to promote Butte County economic development

IPI Authors Discuss Transportation Infrastructure in The Blue Review

Idaho’s transportation system and infrastructure are vital to the state’s economy. Well-maintained roads, railroads, airports, transit systems, and ports allow Idaho businesses to manage inventories and transport goods more cheaply, access a variety of suppliers and markets for their products, … (Read More) IPI Authors Discuss Transportation Infrastructure in The Blue Review

IPI Assistant Director Examines Solutions to Chronic Homelessness in The Blue Review

“Chronically homeless individuals are people who have been without housing for a year or more and also have a disabling condition like heart disease, substance misuse, mental health instability, or diabetes. They are people that are among the highest users … (Read More) IPI Assistant Director Examines Solutions to Chronic Homelessness in The Blue Review

IPI Visits Ketchum, Offers to Help With City Hall Outreach

Greg Hill and Vanessa Fry were cited in an article in the Idaho Mountain Express about Idaho Policy Institute’s offer to help the city of Ketchum on public outreach for a new city hall, police station and fire station. The … (Read More) IPI Visits Ketchum, Offers to Help With City Hall Outreach

IPI Assistant Director an IBR Woman of the Year

Vanessa Fry was named one of the Idaho Business Review’s top 50 women of the year for 2017, and is in the running for IBR’s Woman of the Year. To become an honoree, candidates were nominated by peers, colleagues and … (Read More) IPI Assistant Director an IBR Woman of the Year

Dr. Matthew May Joins IPI Research Team

Matthew May has joined the Idaho Policy Institute as a Postdoctoral Associate. Part of the Public Policy and Administration program’s inaugural PhD cohort, May is the first individual to earn this degree at Boise State. Matthew also holds a Bachelor of Arts in … (Read More) Dr. Matthew May Joins IPI Research Team

IPI’s Vanessa Fry Attends DC Summit

Vanessa Fry was invited to attend a summit this week in Washington, D.C. The summit, Using Innovation, Evidence and Behavioral Sciences to Build Economic Opportunity and Strong Communities, was co-hosted by the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic … (Read More) IPI’s Vanessa Fry Attends DC Summit

Read about Idaho Policy Institute in the Idaho Statesman

“Solid public-policy data benefits Idahoans in real ways. Gathering information about what people think and want allows government to be responsive to what the community is asking for, not simply to peddle special-interest projects. Finding out why people move here, … (Read More) Read about Idaho Policy Institute in the Idaho Statesman

Vanessa Fry Presents at TedXSunValley

Vanessa Fry, Assistant Director of the Idaho Policy Institute, spoke at TedXSunValley on Wednesday, November 30 on her research into homelessness. Tedx are smaller versions of the popular Ted Talks. The presentation received significant media attention. KMVT 11 -TV Eye … (Read More) Vanessa Fry Presents at TedXSunValley