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Radio Harris features thought-provoking conversations with policy experts at Harris Public Policy. Let our faculty and guests guide you beyond the headlines with hard evidence and sharp analysis, as they share their groundbreaking work in politics, health, economics, crime, science, education and much more.

Since January, small teams of Harris students have been diving headfirst into real-time policy questions, working with real nonprofits or government agencies.
In his new book, Prof. William Howell argues that the Constitution is undermining effective government—and offers a way to move forward.
Professor Konstantin Sonin examines the Russian economy's supposed downturn and the fate of the Putin regime.
The death of Antonin Scalia has kicked off a singular collision of political forces. Three Harris political scientists discuss what happens next.
There's a rational explanation for gridlock, finds Prof. Wioletta Dziuda—and it means our politicians might be more rational than we give them credit for.
Managing the Flood Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration Anne Richard, AM'84, says the refugee crisis requires a delicate balance between security and compassion.