About

The Ulster Institute for Social Research was established as a think tank for the support of research on social issues and the publication of works by selected authors in this field.
Uniquely among the numerous think tanks in the United States, Great Britain and elsewhere in the world, The Ulster Institute for Social Research specialises in the application of psychology to the analysis of social problems.

In addition to its book publishing activities, Ulster Institute for Social Research also publishes Mankind Quarterly journal.


Upcoming Publications

The Life History Approach to Human Differences

The Life History Approach to Human Differences: A Tribute to J. Philippe Rushton

Edited by Helmuth Nyborg

Available from July 13th 2015

Available Formats: Papercover, e-book (pdf)



Recent Publications

The Roma: A Balkan Underclass

The Roma: A Balkan Underclass

Jelena Ĉvorović

Published 2014

Available Formats: Papercover, e-book (pdf)


Global Inequality

Global Inequality as a Consequence of Human Diversity: A New Theory Tested by Empirical Evidence

Tatu Vanhanen

Published 2014

Available Formats: Papercover, e-book (pdf)


Religion and Intelligence

Religion and Intelligence

Edward Dutton

Published 2014

Available Formats: Papercover, e-book (pdf)