Nicolas Duquette analyzes President Johnson’s Community Action Program and how it contributed to the development of the nonprofit sector.
Bostic explains his research on the relationship between private investment and crime and how to use the police system as an economic development tool.
Bill Resh describes his forthcoming book about the relationship between career service civil service members and presidential appointees in the executive branch.
Bostic’s research looks at whether this tax credit program actually creates affordable housing and more choices for renters.
Schweitzer discuses her research on how the media affects public policy decisions and how to make these conversations for inclusive.
Shui-Yan Tang’s new book looks at how to create a system for enforcing rules in order to improve China’s governance capacity.
Green discusses his research in Brazil with Doctoral student Arthur Acoca to determine how many people live in slums and how to improve their living conditions.
Duquette explains how tax deduction incentives for charitable giving translate into critical funding for nonprofits.
Resh explains how teachers’ out-of-pocket spending effects teacher morale, autonomy, and control of resources.
Schweitzer’s book explores how people in cities share spaces and the obligations urban dwellers have to one another.