Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs comprises more than 70 full-time faculty and more than 200 adjunct faculty, scholars, and practitioners. All have distinguished themselves in research and leadership in the policy world, and have produced scholarship in a wide variety of subjects, including international relations, democratization, elections, demography, and social policy.

May 2021|Journal of Financial Transformation|Patricia Mosser, Jason Healey, Katheryn Rosen, Alexander Wortman
March 2021|Council on Foreign Relations|Jacob J. Lew, Gary Roughead, David Sacks, Jennifer Hillman
March 2021|Oxford University Press|Séverine Autesserre
February 2021|Liberty Street Economics, Federal Reserve Bank of New York|Patricia Mosser
January 2021|Horst Fischer
November 2020|Business Economics, National Association of Business Economists|Patricia Mosser
November 2020|Forum on Information and Democracy|Anya Schiffrin, Maria Ressa, Marietje Schaake, Sinan Aral, Julia Cagé, Ronald Deibert, Camille François, Roukaya Kasenally, David Kaye, Edison Lanza, Roger McNamee, Jun Murai, Peter Pomerantsev, Julie Posetti, Vivian Schiller, Wolfgang Schulz, Christopher Wylie

Launched in 2019 by 11 non-governmental organizations and research centres, the Forum on Information and Democracy created a working group on infodemics in June to devise a “regulatory framework” to respond to the information chaos on online platforms and social media. After five months of work, this group published a detailed report with 250 recommendations for governments and digital platforms which identifies four structural challenges and proposes concrete solutions for each of them.

September 2020|Roosevelt Institute|Anya Schiffrin

This report surveys the impact of online political ads on election outcomes, examines the current regulatory landscape in the US and in Europe around mis/disinformation online, and proposes a set of policy solutions to curb the spread of false information, enhance disclosure requirements for paid political communications, strengthen privacy regulations, and restore transparency to political messaging in the US.

July 2020|Routledge|Paul F. Lagunes, Jan Svejnar