In "Shadow Networks: Financial Disorder and the System that Caused Crisis," Michael Ash and co-author Francisco Louçã consider the surprising resilience of the systems that led to the financial collapse.
The five-year, $3 million NSF grant brings together an interdisciplinary team from across campus to develop an innovative model that focuses on using collaboration as a tool for fostering equity for faculty of color and women in STEM fields.
"The experiences and knowledge School of Public Policy faculty advised me to seek throughout my MPP were instrumental in placing me in and preparing me for my career."
Fountain, founder and director of the National Center for Digital Government, will serve on a League of Arab States experts group on the development of a digital economy.
"What you are doing is really important,” Meehan told the School of Public Policy students. “We need to produce a generation of people that understand that substance actually matters, and facts matter, and research matters.”
Deep divisions have led the US to a “very dangerous” political moment, the Harvard sociologist and political scientist said in a School of Public Policy podcast interview.
The program brings students on monthly trips to Boston where they meet with legislators, government officials, and advocacy groups and gain an inside look at the policymaking process.