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Is Government Really Broken?

Cary Coglianese

University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Public Affairs (2016)

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Copy Citation: | and Cary Coglianese. "Is Government Really Broken?." University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Public Affairs 1, 1 (2016): 68. . Cary Coglianese, Is Government Really Broken?, 1 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Public Affairs 68 (2016).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Government; Governmental preformance; Citizenship; Public trust

A Signal or a Silo? Title VII's Unexpected Hegemony

Sophia Z. Lee

A Nation of Opportunities: The Civil Rights Act at 50 (2015)

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Copy Citation: | and Sophia Z. Lee. "A Signal or a Silo? Title VII's Unexpected Hegemony." In A Nation of Opportunities: The Civil Rights Act at 50, edited by Samuel Bagenstos and Ellen Katz, 234. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Publishing, 2015. Sophia Z. Lee, A Signal or a Silo? Title VII's Unexpected Hegemony, in A Nation of Opportunities: The Civil Rights Act at 50, 234 (Samuel Bagenstos and Ellen Katz eds., 2015).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Civil Rights Act; Discrimination; Citizenship; Race; Diversity; Affirmative action; Supreme Court; Title VII; Disparate impact; Labor Unions

Citizenship and Morality

Jonathan Baron

Current Opinion in Psychology (2015)

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Copy Citation: | and Jonathan Baron. "Citizenship and Morality." Current Opinion in Psychology 6, (2015): 6. . Jonathan Baron, Citizenship and Morality, 6 Current Opinion in Psychology 6 (2015).

Topics: Politics; Rights

Keywords: Moral judgement; Citizenship; Actively open-minded thinking

Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character

Jonathan Baron

Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II (2013)

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Copy Citation: | and Jonathan Baron. "Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character." In Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II, edited by Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull, 61. Hove: Psychology Press, 2013. Jonathan Baron, Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character, in Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II, 61 (Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull eds., 2013).

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Social intelligence; Moral judgement; Citizenship; Actively open-minded thinking

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The Regulatory Review

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