The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation invites you to a virtual book talk with Shabbir Cheema, Senior Fellow, Ash Center – and the principal author and editor of “Governance for Urban Services: Access, Participation, Accountability and Transparency” (Springer 2020). Jorrit de Jong, the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative Faculty Director and Kennedy School Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Management, will moderate.
Cambridge, MA – A team of Harvard Project researchers today released the preliminary results of its study of the impact of the COVID‐19 crisis on the economies and governments of the country’s 574 federally‐recognized American Indian nations. Writing to Secretary of the Treasury Mnuchin, researchers Randall Akee, Eric Henson, Miriam Jorgensen and Joseph Kalt...
This event concluded on April 17, 2020. View the original description and event recording below.
The decennial census is a cornerstone of America’s democracy, and the current pandemic poses unprecedented challenges to obtain an accurate count. Everything from hospital and school facilities planning to economic development programs and emergency preparedness relies on census data. Listen to our first discussion on the 2020 U.S. Census here.