"Pariah status is a powerful motivator in foreign affairs." Alexander Cooley of the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies writes about 'The Power of Stigma' with co-author Brooke Harrington.
Takatoshi Ito spoke on Bloomberg Television about his views on yen intervention by the Bank of Japan, monetary policy, and his outlook for inflation.
André Corrêa d’Almeida was interviewed in SIPA's academic forum and journal publication featuring student & allied expert contributions to public policy analysis in the United States and the world about his work on technology and data to enable smart cities.
“I sense the enthusiasm and anger here is at least a bit greater among Republicans than Democrats for House voting.” SIPA's Robert Shapiro comments to Thomas B. Edsall on the midterm elections race.
Robert Shapiro discusses Joe Biden's midterm election messaging, "He can talk about the economy being strong in terms of employment...But the bad news gets more attention than the good news, and the inflation rate is extraordinarily high."
Amelia Cheatham MPA '23 writes about how a second term for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis could impact everything from immigration to global climate efforts.
Pavina Adunratanasee MPA ’14 was interviewed about her role as Smart Solutions Manager for Decarbonisation and eMobility technologies at Iberdrola Australia, the Australian clean technology market, and lessons for other markets.
At a faculty dinner on November 9, SIPA announced the recipients of its Top Five Teaching Awards for fall 2021 and spring 2022.
SIPA students, professors, and alumni are untangling the multidisciplinary challenges posed by online misinformation.
Harnessing big data, Mitts’s research seeks to understand the use of social media by extremists.