Cambridge, MA —Today, the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development (HPAIED or the Harvard Project) announced that it is joining the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, a research center at Harvard Kennedy School focused in part on researching and disseminating innovative public policy solutions.
Six years ago, the Transparency for Development (T4D) project sought to uncover new and unique evidence on the role of community-led transparency and accountability in improving health outcomes – and how and why we see mixed evidence when these interventions are implemented in the real world. ...
Jaws drop the first time most students enter Christopher Robichaud’s office. The animated response is fitting for the senior lecturer in public policy’s workspace. On top of, between, and leaning against the books that line nearly every inch of the walls—save the window looking out over John F. Kennedy Memorial Park—are memorabilia ranging from collector-edition action figures to a vintage-inspired Star Wars turntable.
The Ash Center sat down with Jane Mansbridge, Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, to discuss her work developing a package of case studies, simulations, and exercises for teaching effective legislative negotiation aimed at state and federal legislators in the United States... Read more about Jane Mansbridge on Legislative Negotiation
Allison Dining Room, 5th Floor, Taubman Building, Harvard Kennedy School
The Ash Center cordially invites you to a lunch discussion of the Rohingya displacement crisis with the Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, The Honorable Abul Kalam (A.K.) Abdul Momen, MC/MPA 1979.
David Dapice, Senior Economist with the Vietnam and Myanmar Programs at the Ash Center and Ninette Kelley, director of the New York office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) will serve as respondents. This event is open to the public, and no RSVP is necessary.