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Seminar: Patrik Nordin

From Agile to Adaptive Emergent Governance Responses to Global Health Crises: A Case of Two Different Pandemics Abstract

Seminar: Robert Christensen

Measuring Sector’s Importance to Citizens: A Research Agenda

Discussion: The Injustice of Place

Seminar: Taha Hameduddin

What Matters Most? Examining Attraction to Public Service Jobs and its Implications for the Future of Public Service Abstract Although issues of capacity and expertise/competence had long plagued public service organizations, they were exacerbated by the pandemic and its lingering effects. Specifically, U.S. state and local governments have struggled to effectively retain talent, attract younger job seekers, and build out an age-diverse workforce. 

Seminar: Kathryn Edin and Timothy Nelson


Seminar: Mazhar Waseem

Long-Run Impacts of In-Utero Ramadan Exposure: Evidence from Administrative Tax Records Co-authors: Timotej Cejka Abstract

Seminar: Anna Rhodes

Soaking the Middle Class: Suburban Inequality and Recovery from Disaster Abstract

Seminar: Jayani Jayawardhana

Impact of Cannabis Laws on Asthma Care

Seminar: Andrew Sullivan

Homeless shelter openings and housing sale prices Yoon-Jung Choi, Florida International University Saerim Kim, Suffolk University Andrew Sullivan, University of Central Florida

2023 Wendell H. Ford Lecture, featuring John Yarmuth

“The Broken Federal Budget Process: Is There Hope For A Bipartisan Fix?"