With generous support from the Trehan Foundation. Join in the conversation with the hashtag #fordschoolgramlich Edward M. (Ned) Gramlich was among the most productive policy economists of his day–a day stretching from the mid-1960s until his death in 2007. In addition to producing academic (often practical) work relevant to dozens of policy issues, he was an accomplished administrator and leader. He was founding dean of the Gerald R.
Free and open to the public. Join in on the conversation using #fordschoolgramlich Each spring, Ford School faculty and staff nominate dozens of outstanding student research and service projects for recognition at the Gramlich Showcase of Student Work.
An independent study on artisans in India. A report for Flint City officials on the use of liquor licensing as a tool to mitigate crime. A case study using the Michigan Daily to evaluate diversity in the newsroom.
Free and open to the public. An evaluation of the Affordable Care Act and its effects for the poor. An analysis of carbon taxation using the case study of British Columbia. A study of the risks that divorce poses to women's ability to afford health insurance. An analysis of efforts to contain Somali-based pirates. An appraisal of Grenada's waste management systems. Each spring, Ford School faculty and staff nominate dozens of outstanding student research and service projects for recognition at the Gramlich Showcase of Student Work.