Dr. Hetling is a Professor of Public Policy at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and Co-Principal Investor of the New Jersey State Policy Lab.
New Jersey State Policy Lab: Pandemic’s Impact on Women in NJ: Domestic Violence, Access to Healthcare and Housing
The Center for Women and Work suggests the state improve resources for those at risk of domestic violence and recommends further housing protections as the pandemic lingers on.
New Heldrich report: Measuring the Awareness and Opinions of NJ’s Earned Sick Leave Law and Family Leave Insurance Program
The study was designed to provide information about the public’s awareness and utilization of paid leave, and about the public’s awareness of and attitudes toward using ESL and FLI benefits.
New Jersey State Policy Lab: Population Density and NJs Two Largest Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups in 2020
This brief focuses on the density of population by county and municipality, as well as on changes in racial/ethnic minority populations.
Learning more Black men applied to medical school in 1978 than 2014 inspired Kevin Carolina to try to change those numbers.
New Jersey is currently one of 39 states with an Employment First policy. In spite of this policy shift, the state’s mainstream labor force participation rate for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities continues to lag behind national trends.
One of the nation’s most respected urban visionaries, Tony has more than 50 years of professional experience as a professor, author and practitioner in the fields of visioning, planning, and urban design.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a significant increase in telehealth volume and revolutionized healthcare regulatory guidelines for its use. Telehealth expanded access to care, especially during the pandemic, and made chronic disease management more convenient.
To contend with autocrats, ‘we must respond with a U.S. foreign policy that prioritizes our highest American values and principles,’ U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez says.