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Spring 2014 Schedule

All talks are held in room 130 (LEC) at Page Hall on Mondays from 12:30-1:30p.m.
Lunch will be served

  • Jan. 27: Jill Clark, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Ohio State University
  • Feb. 3: Neal Hooker, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Ohio State University
  • Feb. 10: Gökçe Esenduran, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University
  • Feb. 17: Chris Gelpi, Department Political Science, Ohio State University
  • March 3: Jeff Bielicki, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Ohio State University
  • March 17: Linda Lobao, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University
  • March 24: Anand Desai, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Ohio State University
  • March 31: H. Allen Klaiber, AED, Ohio State University
  • April 7: Steven Davidoff, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
  • Monday, April 14: Jeremy Brooks, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University
  • April 21: Jesus J. Lara, CRP, Ohio State University
Click on a speaker's topic to watch a video of their talk

2014 SPRING SPEAKERS

Jill Clark — The Alternative Agrifood System Policy Research Domain

Gökçe Esenduran — The Sustainability Agenda: How Can OM/SCM Scholars and Researchers Contribute?

Chris Gelpi— Opting Out in 2012: Military Casualties, Vote Choice, and Voter Turnout in Obama's Bid for Reelection

2013 FALL SPEAKERS

Eric Seiber — New immigration destination states: Is it harder for eligible immigrant children to enroll in Medicaid?

Cathy Rakowski — Venezuela's Experiment in Participatory Democracy—the Case of Ciudad Guayana's First Mayoral Administration, 1990-95

Justin Vaughn — Reconsidering Presidential Policy Czars

Phillip Brown — Yamba, the Dam That Will Not Die: Democratization, Experts and Local Priorities in Post-War Japan

Rachel Kleit — Public Housing Redevelopment and Poverty: Getting Nothing from Something

John Brooke — Climate Change and the Modern Global Economy: A Brief Historical Public Policy Primer

Dan Tokaji — The Right to Vote: Lessons from the 2012 Election


2013 SPRING SPEAKERS

Douglas Downey — The Assumption: A Key Belief About Schools and Inequality That is Pervasive, Wrong, and Detrimental to Good Policy

Devin Fergus — Land of the Fee: The Rise of Consumer Finance Fees and the Decline of Upward Mobility, 1980-2008

Blair Russell — Homeowner Transaction Costs and Take-up Rates of Mortgage Assistance Programs

Townsand Price-Spratlen — Managing Mass Incarceration: Public Policy and Reconstructing Rage

Rachel Dwyer — Youth Debt: Opportunity and Risk in the Transition to Adulthood

Charlotte Kirschner — When Disaster Strikes: How Do States Provide Property Tax Relief?

Deborah Merritt — The Job Gap, the Money Gap, and the Responsibility of Legal Educators

Mihaiela Gugiu — Corruption and Economic Cooperation in the European Union

Carolina Reid — The Geography of Risk: Neighborhoods, Social Networks, and Consumer Decisions in the Mortgage Market


2012 FALL SPEAKERS

Mansel Blackford — Making Seafood Sustainable, American Experiences in Global Perspective

Wei He — Increasing socioeconomic gap in child overweight/obesity in China

Caroline Wagner — Policy Implications of the Globalization of Science

Stéphane Lavertu — Administrative Reform, Political Ideology, and Bureaucratic Effort: The Case of Performance Management in the Bush Administration

Jason Siligman — State Pension Funding Practices & The Great Recession of 2007-2009

Martha Chamallas — Feminist Legal Theory

Douglas Southgate — Globalized Fruit: Transnational Firms, Tropical Entrepreneurs and Governments, and Independent Banana Development

Alice Rivlin — U.S. economy and politics

Daniele Bondonio — Cohesion policy co -financed by the European Regional Development Fund



2012 SPRING SPEAKERS

Bernadette Hanlon — The Decline of Older Inner Suburbs: the Reality of an Aging Suburban Infrastructure

Jason Reece — "Opportunity mapping" methodology, utilized in community development and fair housing

Electra Paskett — Reducing Cervical Cancer in Appalachia

Christopher Browning — The Multiple Contexts of Socialization: Neighborhood and School Effects on Urban Adolescent Violence

Anand Desai — Policy Inquiry and the Many Meanings of Evidence

Beth-Anne Schuelke-Leech — Innovation Finance: A Synthesis of Public Funding and Private Financing of Innovation


2012 WINTER SPEAKERS
Jennifer Evans Cowley — Microparticipation: the Role of Microblogs in Promoting Engagement »Watch video

Eva Witesman — Public Policy Values »Watch video



2012 FALL SPEAKERS

Joshua Hawley — Developing a Conceptual Framework to Understand the Movement of Post Doctoral into Research Careers in Students in the Biomedical Sciences »Watch video

Mark Partridge — Geographic Determinants of High-Tech Employment Growth in US Counties »Watch video

Jos Raadschelders — The Nature of Public Affairs as Reality and as Study: The Case for an A-Disciplinary and Problem-Oriented Study of Public Affair»Watch video

Ed Malecki — National and Regional Competitiveness: Systems of Innovation »Watch video


Tomas Koontz — Collaborative Public Management Environmental Policy: Watershed Institutions and Participatio »Watch video

Byung-Gi Moon — Social Enterprises and Evaluative Data Mining »Watch video

2011 SPRING SPEAKERS
Kenny Steinman

2011 WINTER SPEAKERS




2010 FALL SPEAKERS