In Jonathan Giuffrida's hands, a jumble of raw data can become a trove of useful information.
In a new paper, Prof. William Howell finds that the federal initiative has had a substantial impact on state education policies.
PRI President and CEO Alisa Miller, MPP/MBA'99, is changing the way public radio listeners get their news—and shifting media portrayals of women in the process.
A new study by Prof. Michael Greenstone casts doubt on the potential of weatherization policy.
Prof. Bruce Meyer is working to help Congress usher in a new age of evidence-based policycraft.
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