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I am a Professor of the Practice of International Development at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

I teach an International Development Course Workshop (PED-401y) to illustrate the application of concepts and techniques learned in other MPA/ID first-year core courses and to introduce the variety of issues and challenges facing low- and middle-income countries.

I also teach a Case Workshop (PED-402y) geared to the second-year students of the MPA/ID program, which is a series of more in-depth, intensive cases that help students integrate the skills they have acquired in the core curriculum and apply them to concrete policy situations.

Additionally, I lead the MPA/ID Masters thesis course (PED-250y) which helps guide the second year MPA/ID students toward a successful completion of the required Second Year Policy Analyis (SYPA), of which is centered on a development topic of the student's choosing.

I am also the Faculty Chair of the Masters in Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID) program.

 


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