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Experimentation and Empowerment: An Interview with Columbia University’s Chris Blattman

Chris Blattman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Public Affairs at Columbia University. His research focuses on the intersection of poverty, violence, and inequality. Blattman’s work has been published in the Quarterly Journal of Economics, American Political Science Review, Journal of Development Economics, and elsewhere. In addition, he maintains an active Internet…

The Affordable Care Act in Post-Shutdown Washington: An Interview with Judith Feder

Judith Feder is a professor of public policy at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, a senior advisor to the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, and  an Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute. Widely recognized for her health policy expertise and dedication to public service, Dr. Feder has actively worked on health care reform in Congress,…

Partisanship and the Big Picture: An Interview with DNC Communications Director, Mo Elleithee

Mo Elleithee has been a Democratic Party strategist for more than 15 years. In addition to being an adjunct professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Elleithee became the Democratic National Committee’s communications director in August. With four presidential campaigns and several Senate races under his belt, Elleithee sat down with Executive Interview Editor Cristina…

In Case You Missed It – Debt Reduction Revisited

By Kim Dancy On January 10, 2013, the Georgetown Public Policy Review had the distinct honor of bringing Dr. Alice Rivlin and Senator Pete Domenici—two of the foremost experts in federal budget policy—together for a conversation on the US debt and deficit spending. The event, Debt Reduction Revisited: A Conversation on Policy and Politics, featured…