David Lewis

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Political Science · Vanderbilt University

Expert in federal bureaucracy, including agency performance, agency oversight and the political appointment process.

Congressional oversight Presidential appointments Public Administration American Politics Government Agencies

Karen Clay

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Karen Clay’s research examines the growth of the U.S. economy, including energy issues, air pollution, and the impact of climate change.

Energy Economics Public Policy Business and Economics Energy Environmental Economics

Timothy J. Shaffer

Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Chair of Civil Discourse · University of Delaware

Prof. Shaffer studies the advancement of democratic practices by focusing on the role of civic professionals in institutional settings.

Civic Engagement Public Policy Civil Discourse Communication Deliberative Democracy

Danilo Yanich

Professor, Biden School of Public Policy and Administration · University of Delaware

Prof. Yanich's research centers on the media and its intersection with citizenship, public policy and crime, as well as media ownership.

Media Media Ownership Media, Citizenship and Public Policy Policy Analysis Urban Society

Iglika Ivanova

Senior Economist and Public Interest Researcher · Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - BC Office

Iglika Ivanova is Senior Economist and Public Interest Researcher at the BC Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

Poverty Labour Economics Income Distribution Income Inequality Living Wage Policies

Martin Gaynor

University Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Martin Gaynor's research focuses on competition and antitrust policy, particularly in health care markets.

Public Policy Industrial Organization Business and Economics Health Economics Antitrust

Christopher A. Cooper

Madison Distinguished Professor of Political Science & Public Affairs and Director of the Haire Institute for Public Policy · Western Carolina University

Christopher A. Cooper's research is on N.C. politics, southern politics, political behavior and behavioral public administration.

Election Administration Public Administration Southern Politics American Politics Parties, Campaigns and Elections

Lee Branstetter

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Lee Branstetter's research interests include the economics of technological innovation, and economic growth in East Asia.

East Asia and the Global Economy International Economics Business and Economics Economics Technological Innovation

Aleecia M. McDonald

Assistant Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

AleeciaMcDonald focuses on the public policy issues of Internet privacy, user expectations for privacy tools and behavioral economics.

Internet Law and Regulation Behavioral Economics Cybersecurity Privacy Tools Public Policy issues of Internet Privacy

Lindsay Tedds

Associate Professor · University of Victoria

Associate Professor of economics with expertise in the design and implementation of tax policy.

Underground Economy Tax Avoidance Tax and Budget Policy Tax Second-hand Economy

Alana Cattapan

Assistant Professor · Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan

Alana Cattapan researches women's engagement in public policy making, focusing on health and reproductive biotechnologies

Public Policy Reproductive Technologies Women's Health Canadian Politics Feminism & Gender Studies

Stephen Taylor

Senior Associate · National Citizens Coalition

Director at National Citizens Coalition

Public Relations Strategic Communications Media Relations

A.R. Siders

Director, Climate Change Science & Policy Hub | Core Faculty, Disaster Research Center | Associate Professor, Biden School of Public Policy and Administration & Department of Geography & Spatial Sciences · University of Delaware

Prof. Siders' research focuses on climate change adaptation policies with an emphasis on relocation and fairness in adaptation.

Flood Exposure & Resilience Climate & Disaster Study Managed Retreat Environmental Justice Climate-related Hazards

Edward Rubin

Professor Emeritus · Carnegie Mellon University

Throughout his career, Edward Rubin has accumulated outstanding achievements in engineering research, education, and public service.

Integrated Assessments Cimate Change Mitigation Technologies Carbon Capture Clean Power Systems Environmental Engineering

Jerusha Conner, PhD

Professor of Education; Program Coordinator, Graduate Education | Department of Education and Counseling · Villanova University

Jerusha Conner, PhD, is an expert on student engagement, student voice, youth activism, and education policy.

Student Engagement Student Voice Youth Activism Urban Education Education Policy

J. Andrew Hansen

Associate Professor · Western Carolina University

Policy Public Policy Criminology Criminal Justice Police

Susan Prentice

Professor · University of Manitoba

Professor Prentice's primary specialization is contemporary and historical childcare policy and advocacy

Social Inequality Social Change Systemic Discrimination Historical Sociology Childcare Policy

Ozzie Zehner

Visiting Scholar · UC Berkeley

Author of Green Illusions | Visiting Scholar, UC Berkeley

Alternative Energy Environmentalism Wind Power Consumer Society Walking and Biking Neighborhoods

David Neumark

Distinguished Professor of Economics · UC Irvine

David Neumark is a labor economist whose work focuses on minimum wages, discrimination in the work force, and worker compensation.

Health Economics Finance Gender Inequality in Relationships Economics Demographics

Kalim Shah

Associate Professor, Energy and Environmental Policy · University of Delaware

Dr. Shah studies public policy, governance and institutional analysis for sustainable development in small islands and economies.

Public Policy Environment, Social, Governance (ESG) Institutional Transformation Small Island Developing States Energy Security and Transition