Safiya Merchant (MPP ‘21) examined one issue while at the City of Detroit Housing and Revitalization Department: How to design an inclusive community that preserves affordable housing and improves the quality of life for the most vulnerable even i
Professor Macdonald discusses his new book, Carbon Province, Hydro Province, on the challenge of Canadian energy and climate federalism. This event is part of the 2020-2021 North American Colloquium Climate Series.
Catherine Hausman, PhD, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy and a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economics Research, explains the concept and arguments for and against
This annual event celebrates the beginning of the year and generally features an ice cream social. We've redesigned it a bit this year: the ice cream will be virtual but the excitement of a new school year is real!
With an emphasis on minority and women-owned businesses, the University of Michigan’s Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurship Project brings together students and faculty from across campus to provide comprehensive services to entrepreneurs in the M
Featuring University of Michigan Faculty: Pauline Jones, Elizabeth King, Ann Chih Lin, Laura Rozek, and Twila Tardif The International Institute and Ford School of Public Policy are excited to present a webinar on brand new research on COVID-19 an
On June 30, the Center on Regulations and Markets at the Brookings Institution and the Center on Finance, Law & Policy at the University of Michigan hosted an event to examine the difficult choices made in drafting Dodd-Frank, its impact on sy
Michael Barr, University of Michigan Joan and Sanford Weill Dean of Public Policy and one of the architects of Dodd-Frank, says there are more risks to come in the financial system and that the Federal Reserve’s recent stress tests of U.S.