What's Happening

Employment Opportunity: Government Performance Lab seeking applicants for Fellowship position

Internship Opportunity: Government Performance Lab accepting applications for summer internship

Former Visiting Scholar named World Economic Forum Young Global Leader

Taubman Center Announces Dissertation Fellowships in Urban Policy and Governance

Government Performance Lab Awards Technical Assistance to Three States

Professor Robert Putnam is seeking a part time research assistant for Spring/Summer 2017

Professor Paul Peterson receives prize for best academic paper on school choice and reform

Preparing for the next disaster: HKS hosts conference on disaster recovery

HKS Government Performance Lab celebrates announcements in Denver, South Carolina, and Connecticut





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Research & Publications

Why it is Silly for Presidents, Governors, and Mayors to Waste Talent on Reorganizing Governments by Bob Behn

An FDA Commissioner for the 21st Century by Amitabh Chandra and Rachel Sachs

Social Impact Bonds 101 by Government Performance Lab

Why Performance Measures Get a Bad Rap by Bob Behn

The Labor of Division: Returns to Compulsory High School Math Coursework by Joshua Goodman

You Can't Manage What You Can't Message by Bob Behn

Can Online Delivery Increase Access to Education? by Joshua Goodman, Julia Melkers, and Amanda Pallais

If You Build It... by Edward L. Glaeser

Leveling the Playing Field: Strategies for Schools Serving At-Risk Students in Elementary Schools in Massachusetts by Lucy Boyd, Amy Chandran, and Jonathan Hui

Putting America to Work, Where? The Limits of Infrastructure Construction as a Locally-Targeted Employment Policy by Andy Garin

"No More Credit Score": Employer Credit Check Bans and Signal Substitution by Robert Clifford and Daniel Shoag

Green Bonds and Land Conservation: The Evolution of a New Financing Tool by Carolyn M. duPont, James N. Levitt, and Linda J. Bilmes

Evaluating Mitigation Effort: Tools and Institutions for Assessing Nationally Determined Contributions by Joseph Aldy











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