ELB Podcast Episode 18. Eric McGhee and Nick Stephanopoulos: Whitford, the Efficiency Gap, and the Future of Partisan Gerrymandering

Is the Supreme Court ready to finally rein in partisan gerrymandering? Can social science give us a manageable standard to decide when there’s too much politics in redistricting? Is the “efficiency gap” Justice Kennedy’s holy grail?

On Episode 18 of the ELB Podcast, we talk with Eric McGhee of he Public Policy Institute of California and Nick Stephanopoulos of the University of Chicago Law School about their work on “the efficiency gap” and the upcoming Supreme Court case, Gil v. Whitford

You can listen to the ELB Podcast Episode 18 on Soundcloud or subscribe at iTunes.

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