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Georgetown Public Policy Review

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Georgetown Public Policy Review is the McCourt School of Public Policy’s nonpartisan, graduate student-run publication. Our mission is to provide an outlet for innovative new thinkers and established policymakers to offer perspectives on the politics and policies that shape our nation and our world.


Fall 2017 Editorial Board Chat

To wrap up the fall 2017 semester, Jake (editor-in-chief), Catherine (Managing Editor), Olivia (Spring Edition editor), Disraeli (Senior Interview editor) and Erich (Interview editor) sit down and talk about everything that has happened this semester, and looks ahead to what GPPR will offer in the spring.  

The Spring Edition: Disruption

The Spring Edition launched today! Below is the Letter from the Editor introducing the edition. You can read the entire Spring Edition at http://www.gpprspring.com. Two weeks before Brexit, the Editorial Board gathered and wove together the 2017 GPPR theme of Disruption. Dualistic in nature, we wanted to discuss how technologies and business models were changing economic…

Lessons Learned at COP22

From November 7–18, four Hoyas represented Georgetown at the United Nations climate change conference in Marrakech, Morocco (aka COP22 or simply COP): undergraduate International Politics Major Summer Lyle-Holmes and McCourt School of Public Policy graduate students Laqiqige “Judy” Zhu, Zhihong “Helen” Han, and Will Hackman. Year after year alarm bells are rung by the scientific,…

Revitalizing America’s Distressed Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods have acted as the bedrock of American society for hundreds of years. As our closest social environments, they can shape how people interact and contribute within society. If properly invested in, they can be epicenters for upward mobility for families and small businesses. Unfortunately, there are neighborhoods across America falling short of their full…

Interview with James Barbour

GPPR’s Jason Berger and Christian Conroy have a pre-election chat with Mr. James Barbour, the Spokesperson and Head of Public Diplomacy at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States. the group talks about trade, trade deals, populism, and the importance of a strong EU-US relationship.