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Surprising results in Yang study on HIV stigma in Mozambique

Mar 31, 2021
What happens when a public health program intervention actually works against the very problem it’s trying to solve? It turns out, that’s exactly the result a Ford School research team is confronting now. Ford School PhD student James Allen IV...
News

Kowalski paper an NIHCM award finalist

Mar 10, 2021
Health economist Amanda Kowalski, the Gail Wilensky Professor of Economics and Public Policy, with her primary appointment in the U-M Department of Economics and a courtesy appointment at the Ford School, is a finalist for the National Institute for...
In the Media

Owen-Smith highlights economic impact of U-M research

Feb 9, 2021 DBusiness
“Our findings illuminate the many different ways in which academic research affects the national economy and society as a whole,” said Jason Owen-Smith. “U-M is an excellent illustration of the multifaceted impact research investments can have,...
News

Ford School expands scope of education policy research

Oct 19, 2011
Over the past year, significant new research and post-doctoral training grants added to the already active slate of education policy initiatives underway at the Ford School. In May, Susan M. Dynarski and Brian A. Jacob received a $250,000 grant...
State & Hill

"The Climate of Belief"

Apr 22, 2010
A conversation with Professor Barry G. Rabe, the first social scientist ever awarded the prestigious Annual Climate Protection Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. States and regions have quietly emerged as hotbeds of innovation...

CLOSUP publishes brief on Michigan’s transportation funding

Nov 6, 2009
The Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy published a new research brief called "Transportation Funding: Highways, Roads, and Bridges." The brief describes the current transportation funding system, documents potential revenue shortfalls, and...