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We are a behavioral science and field experiment lab based at working with the public sector to build evidence for what works.
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Maxwell X Lab Jun 14
This morning we celebrated the 2 year anniversary of the Early Childhood Alliance program, Talking is Teaching! X Lab Managing Director, Joe Boskovski, spoke about our RCT evaluation to measure the program's impact.
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Maxwell School Jun 11
Via : According to Professor Len Lopoo, the big limitation of many interventions is simply that the effects they produce  are generally small.
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Maxwell X Lab Jun 10
Please join us in welcoming our new Senior Associate, Michelle Kincaid! She is a IR/CCE grad. Welcome to the team! |
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Maxwell X Lab Feb 5
We are hiring! Our new Research Project Manager will work to design, deliver, and evaluate what works to improve public sector programs.
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CPR Jan 25
.'s research w/ Susan Dynarski, C.J. Libassi, & Stephanie Owen was discussed on NPR's "The Indicator" from . They conducted an experiment to encourage HS seniors from low-income families in MI to apply to . Listen:
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Maxwell X Lab Nov 14
Press conference video is up! … and you can read the results from our initial pilot reducing foreclosures with … or any of our other work
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Maxwell X Lab Nov 13
Thrilled to announce the results of our project with the City of Syracuse on property tax compliance today! Generated ~$1.5 million for the and helped property owners avoid costly outcomes. See our report
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Maxwell X Lab Jul 31
Results from our project with Onondaga County reproductive health clinics: behaviorally designed texts boosted attendance by 28% and will save $200,000 a year. Read our report and see our other projects
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Syracuse University 20 Nov 17
The new X Lab is innovating policymaking though behavioral science.
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