The program seeks to promote the interdisciplinary study of law and to enrich the intellectual life of students and faculty by bringing them into closer contact with legal issues and institutions. Director: Paul Frymer
The Office of Population Research was established in 1936 to develop research and instruction in demography. OPR faculty associates' broad interests span the fields of population and environment, population and development, population policy, poverty and child well-being, demographic anthropology, social and economic demography, health and well-being, and statistical and mathematical demography. Director: Douglas S. Massey
The Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science & Public Policy leverages the combined strengths of Princeton’s faculty from several departments who are exploring the gaps between what individuals “should” be expected to do and what people do do. Our researchers are studying real-life examples of informed, reasonable people making “poor” choices and how policy might be better designed and executed to make it easier to improve their outcomes.