Taubman in the News


Research by Daniel Shoag is referenced in Harvard study says LeBron James has tangible economic impact on local bars and restaurants, by Nik DeCosta-Klipa, Boston.com, 5/17/17

Research by Brigette Madrian is referenced in Who Says You Need Tax Breaks for Retirement Saving?, by Suzanne Woolley, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 5/11/17.

Where LeBron takes his talent, there the jobs will be also, by Daniel Shoag and Stan Veuger, Washington Examiner, 5/10/17.

Paul Peterson is quoted in How Central Park Could Fix Public Education, by Gail Cornwall, The Atlantic, 5/4/17.

Mark Shepard is quoted in The New Study That Shows Trumpcare’s Damage, by David Leonhardt, The New York Times, 5/3/17.

Research by Joshua Goodman is referenced in Why do high school seniors leave so much federal money on the table?, by Benjamin Castleman and Jenny Rickard, The Hechinger Report, 5/2/17.

Research by Joseph Aldy is referenced in Five Minute Warnings, by Al Powell, Harvard Gazette, 4/24/17.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Two Takes on the Fate of Future Cities, by Richard Florida, The Atlantic, 4/21/17.

Robert Behn is quoted in Despite rhetoric, Trump plan focuses more on staff cuts than good government, by Joe Davidson, The Washington Post, 4/17/2017

Joseph Aldy is quoted in Renewable energy tax cut rewrite may be uphill battle for GOP, by Ben Wolfgang, The Washington Times, 4/16/2017.

‘Business as Usual Can Be the Riskiest Procurement Approach’, commentary by Jeffrey Liebman, Route Fifty, 4/13/2017.

Research by Joseph Aldy is featured in Why Democrats Should Work With Trump, by Will Marshall, The New York Times, 3/30/2017.

Waste Talent on Reorganizing Government, by Robert Behn, Bob Behn's Performance Leadership Report, 03/2017.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is highlighted in ‘Precision Medicines’ Are Gaining Favor, but Can Costs be Controlled?, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 3/17/2017.

Research by Maya Sen is featured in Judging the Bench, by Katie Gibson, HKS in the News, 3/13/2017.

Robert Putnam is quoted in Trust Me, I'm Your Smartphone, by Stephanie Dutchen, Harvard Medicine Magazine, 3/2017.

Curbing Climate Change Has a Dollar Value — Here’s How and Why We Measure It, op-ed by Joseph Aldy, The Conversation, 3/12/2017.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Trump Attacks Cities, But They're the Lifeblood of our Country, by Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post, 3/8/2017.

Trump’s Proposed Defense Splurge Flunks Basic Math, op-ed by Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, 3/2/2017.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is highlighted in Shopping For SurgeonsHarvard Kennedy School Magazine, 2/2017.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in Americans Just Can't Leave Retirement Savings Alone, by Sabri Ben-Achour, WVTF Radio, 2/13/2017.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is featured in With a High Deductible, Even a Doctor Can Shortchange His Health, by Dan Gorenstein, The Washington Post, 2/7/2017.

Paul Peterson is interviewed in The Search for Education EquityA1, 2/6/2017.

Work by the Government Performance Lab is featured in Paying for Success, by Jason Axelrod, American City & Country, 2/6/2017.

What Trump Misses About Regulations: They Produce Benefits as Well as Costs, op-ed by Joseph Aldy, The Conversation, 2/5/2017.

Why Performances Measures Get a Bad Rap, by Robert Behn, Performance Leadership Report, 1/2017.

Research by Joshua Goodman is featured in Tell Your Kids: Makes Makes Money, by Jillian Berman, Market Watch, 1/28/2017.

Research by Joshua Goodman is highlighted in The Simple Reform That Improved Black Students' Earnings, by Emily Deruy, The Atlantic, 1/26/2017.

Here's Who Should Really Pay for Trump's New Roads and Bridges, op-ed by Edward Glaeser, CNBC, 1/24/2017.

Joshua Goodman and Paul Peterson are interviewed in Weighing in on the Charter School Debate, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 1/24/2017.

Amitabh Chandra is quoted in Do High-Deductible Plans Make the Health Care System Better?, by D.Gorenstein, WVTF Radio, 1/18/2017.

Research by Joshua Goodman is cited in Established Education Providers v New ContendersThe Economist, 1/14/2017.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is highlighted in Do Markets Work in Health Care?, by David Brooks, The New York Times, 1/13/2017.

Joseph Aldy is quoted in Tillerson Renews Old Debate: When is a Subsidy a Subsidy?, by Benjamin Hulac, Climate Wire, 1/13/2017.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in Preparing for a Next Generation EconomyHarvard Kennedy School PolicyCast, 1/12/2017.

Brigitte Madrian is quoted in In Today’s Supreme Court Case, Freedom Of Speech Meets Your Wallet, by Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux, Five Thirty Eight, 1/10/2017.

Robert Putnam is quoted in Can the White Working Class Lead?, by David B. Shribman, Boston Globe, 1/9/2017.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in From Bridges to Education: Best Bets for Public InvestmentBrookings, 1/9/2017.

Alan Altshuler and Edward Glaeser are quoted in Our Crumbling Infrastructure, by Christina Pazzanese, Harvard Gazette, 1/6/2017.


You Can't Manage What You Can't Message, by Robert Behn, Bob Behn's Performance Leadership Report, 12/2016.

Research by Joseph Aldy is featured in The Great Swap: Addressing Climate Change with a Carbon Tax, by Katie Gibson, HKS in the News, 12/15/2016.

Edward Glaeser is featured in The Future of Cities, by Oscar Boyson, 12/13/2016.

Trump’s Education Pick: A Win for Public-School Parents, op-ed by Paul Peterson, The Wall Street Journal, 12/12/2016.

A Simple Way to Measure Health Care Outcomes, op-ed co-authored by Amitabh Chandra, Harvard Business Review, 12/8/2016.

Research: Perhaps Market Forces Do Work in Health Care After All, co-authored by Amitabh Chandra, Harvard Business Review, 12/5/2016.

Joshua Goodman is interviewed in The Problem with School Choice, by Leah Shafer, Usable Knowledge, 11/29/2016.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Economist Urges Emphasis on Education in Region, by Janice Podsada, Omaha World-Herald, 11/16/2016.

Are All of Us (Including Me) Really Thinking, by Robert Behn, Bob Behn's Performance Leadership Report, 11/2016.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in Fredrik Axsater & Brigitte Madrian: Retirement Solutions, by VW Staff, Value Walk, 10/26/2016.

London, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland deserve a seat at the Brexit negotiating table, op-ed by former Taubman Center visiting scholar Rodrigo Tavares, World Economic Forum, 10/25/2016.

Research by Daniel Shoag and Peter Ganong is featured in As Land-Use Rules Rise, Economic Mobility Slows, Research Says, by Laura Kusisto, Wall Street Journal, 10/18/2016.

The $5 Trillion Wars, op-ed by Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, 10/18/2016.

Research by Joshua Goodman is highlighted in After Gaining Legitimacy, Can Online Higher Education Replace Traditional College?, by Jeffrey L. Selingo, Washington Post, 10/4/2016.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in The One Thing Trump and Clinton agree on is infrastructure. This economist thinks they’re both wrong, by Brad Plumer, Vox, 10/4/2016.

Work by the Government Performance Lab is featured in Private Investors, State Partner In Keeping Parents Off Drugs, And With Their Children, by Josh Kovner, Hartford Courant, 9/28/2016.

Joshua Goodman's research is featured in Online Degree Program Dramatically Expands Pool of Computer Science Students, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 9/28/2016.

Research by Joshua Goodman is featured in An Online Education Breakthrough? A Master’s Degree for a Mere $7,000, by Kevin Carey, The New York Times, 9/28/2016.

If You Build It, by Edward Glaeser, City Journal, 9/2016.

Command Under Attack: What We've Learned Since 9/11 About Managing Crisis, co-authored by Dutch Leonard and Arn Howitt, The Conversation, 9/9/2016.

Linda Bilmes' research is featured in Pricing Paradise, by Julia Hanna, Harvard Business School Stories, 9/1/2016.

Post-Regulatory School Reform, op-ed by Paul Peterson, Harvard Magazine, 9/2016.

Research by Joseph Aldy is highlighted in The Burning Debate over Fossil Fuel Subsidies, by Brendan L. Smith, The Washington Diplomat, 9/1/2016.

When Performance Measures are Counter-Productive, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 8/24/2016.

Research by the Program on Education Policy and Governance is featured in Surprise: Democrats Also Support School VouchersUS News & World Report, 8/23/2016.

Robert Putnam is interviewed on WLRN, 8/22/2016.

Why The Generals Have it Easy, by Robert Behn, Bob Behn's Performance Leadership Report, 8/2016.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is highlighted in The Life-Changing Magic of Choosing the Right Hospital, by Austin Frakt, The New York Times, 8/22/2016.

Americans Value National Parks, but Funding Is Lacking, co-authored by Linda Bilmes, US News & World Report, 8/19/2016.

Clinton Abandons the Middle on Education, op-ed by Paul Peterson, Wall Street Journal, 8/15/2016.

Taubman Center board member Jay Walder is interviewed in Reinventing the Wheel, by David Luberoff, Harvard Kennedy School Magazine, 8/2016.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in This election isn't about right vs. left. It's about "we" vs. "I.", by Harold Pollack, Vox, 8/8/2016.

Linda Bilmes is interviewed in Americans Are Proud of Their National Parks and are Willing to Pay More to Preserve Them, by Adam Wernick, Public Radio International, 8/6/2016.

There's Little Public Benefit in Homeownership, op-ed by Edward Glaeser, The New York Times, 8/2/2016.

The Past and Future of the Affordable Care Act, co-authored by Amitabh Chandra, The Jama Network, 8/2/2016.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is featured in New Study: Specialization may Trump Volume as Predictor of Surgical Success, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 7/21/2016.

Invest In America's Parks, op-ed by Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, 7/13/2016.

Robert Putnam's book is mentioned in The Vox Conversation: Hillary Clinton, by Ezra Klein, Vox, 7/11/2016.

Americans Think National Parks are Worth US$92 billion, But We Don’t Fund Them Accordingly, by Linda Bilmes and John Loomis, The Conversation, 7/10/2016.

5 arguments against gun control — and why they are all wrong, op-ed co-authored by Evan DeFilippis, Los Angeles Times, 7/8/2016.

Edward Glaeser is quoted in Americans are Paying More to Live in the Very Places They Once Abandoned, by Emily Badger and Darla Cameron, Washington Post, 6/27/2016.

Why Most Managers Should Delegate More Responsibilities, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 6/17/2016.

Research by Daniel Shoag is featured in How Effective is "Ban the Box' in Helping Ex-Offenders Get a Job?, by Alexi Maccammond, Politico, 6/16/2016.

The End of the Bush-Obama Regulatory Approach to School Reform, op-ed by Paul Peterson, Education Next, 6/2016.

Robert Behn is interviewed in Twelve “Better Practices” That Can Help Public Leaders Tackle Key Organizational Challenges and Boost Results, by Andy Feldman, Gov Innovator, 5/27/2016.

Students who attended the Urban Innovation Trek review their experience in Addressing Inequality through Inclusive and Sustainable Development: Lessons from Detroit, by Andrea Blinkhorn and Jonathan Hui, Kennedy School Review, 5/11/2016.

Edward Glaeser receives the Star Family Challenge for Promising Scientific Research grant in Funding the Future, by Peter Reuell, Harvard Gazette, 5/10/2016.

Subsidies in the Wrong Places Skew Renewable Energy’s Power, op-ed by Joseph Aldy, The New York Times, 5/3/2016.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Interview: Professor Edward Glaeser, author of 'Triumph of the City', by Emma Alberici, Lateline, 4/30/2016.

Research by Joshua Goodman is featured in Report: Lawrence Schools Improving Under State ReceivershipBoston Globe, 4/19/2016.

Why Public Executives Need to Focus on Obliterating Worst Practices, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 4/7/2016.

Panel event sponsored by the Taubman Center for State and Local Government is reviewed in Transit Officials Discuss T Reforms, by Gerry Tuoti, Wicked Local, 4/7/2016.

A report published by the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston is featured in Boston Hopes Data Can Aid Its Efforts in Fighting Fires, by Travis Andersen, Boston Globe, 4/4/2016.

New Data Show How Liberal Merrick Garland Really Is, op-ed co-authored by Maya Sen, The Washington Post, 3/30/2016.

City Air Makes You Free, by Edward Glaeser, New Boston Post, 3/26/2016.

Amitabh Chandra is named in The Dream Team that Could Fix Drug Pricing, by Luke Timmerman, Forbes, 3/24/2016.

Research by Daniel Shoag is highlighted in The Law Was Supposed to Reduce Discrimination. But it Made Hiring More Racially Biased, by Jeff Guo, The Washington Post, 3/23/2016.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is featured in Transit Officials Discuss MBTA Reforms, by Gerry Tuoti, Wicked Local, 3/21/2016.

Professor Paul Peterson Receives Prize for Best Academic Paper on School Choice and ReformHKS in the News, 3/15/2106.

Edward Glaeser is quoted in City of Boston Outlines Four Goals to Guide Growth in Citywide Plan, by Hannah Natanson, Harvard Crimson, 3/11/2016.

Amitabh Chandra is quoted in Slashing Incentives to Prescribe Expensive Drugs, by Dan Gorenstein, Marketplace, 3/9/2016.

Robert Putnam is quoted in Boston's Struggle with Income Segregation, by David Scharfenberger, Boston Globe, 3/6/2016.

The Best Leaders Know How to Pass the Torch, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 3/4/2016.

Congress Should Hold Hearings on Obama's Budget, op-ed by Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, 3/3/2016.

Research by Daniel Shoag is featured in New Research Examines Impact of Credit Screening on EmploymentHKS in the News, 2/26/2016.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in Brigitte Madrian on How Policy Influences Retirement Savings, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 2/23/2016.

Daniel Shoag discusses his research in How to Make Expensive Cities Affordable for Everyone Again, by Emily Badger, The Washington Post, 2/19/2016.

How Family Background Influences Student Achievement, by Anna Egalite, Education Next, 2/2016.

The Government Performance Lab is featured in Biggest Week Yet for Pay for Success in the U.S., 2/16/2016.

Research by Maya Sen is featured in The Justice Issue Lurking Behind the Bench, by Meghan Walsh, Ozy, 2/9/2016.

Robert Putnam is quoted in The Costs of Inequality: Increasingly, it's the Rich and the Rest, by Christina Pazzanese, Harvard Gazette, 2/8/2016.

Research by Paul Peterson is highlighted in States Using Most Rigorous Standards in a Decade, by Lauren Camera, US News & World Report, 1/27/2016.

After Common Core, States Set Rigorous Standards, op-ed by Paul Peterson, Samuel Barrows, and Thomas Gift, Education Next, 1/2016.

Research by Joshua Goodman is featured in Not Calling A 'Snow Day' Can Hurt Students' Learning, by Jason Russell, Washington Examiner, 1/21/2016.

Those Were the Days, book review by Edward Glaeser, The Wall Street Journal, 1/15/2016.

Robert Putnam's book was cited in Transcript: Preliminary Republican Presidential DebateThe New York Times, 1/14/2016.

Research by Daniel Shoag and Peter Ganong is featured in The Mystery of Migration, by Marc Sollinger, Innovation Hub, 1/14/2016.

Research by Robert Putnam is featured in Inequality is a problem schools alone can't fix, by Tristram Hunt, The Guardian, 1/12/2016.

Research by Linda Bilmes is highlighted in How Green Bonds are Promoting Land Conservation Efforts, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 1/12/2016.

Robert Putnam's book is cited in Prime Minister's Speech on Life Chances, 1/11/2016.

Real Lean is not Just About Cutting Costs, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 1/8/2016.

Joseph Aldy is interviewed in Renewable Energy Boosted in Federal Budget Compromise, by Steve Curwood, Living on Earth, 1/8/2016.


Research by Edward Glaeser is featured in New Research: Big Data Offers New Possibilities for City Planners, by Katie Gibson, HKS in the News, 12/17/2015.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is highlighted in The Myth of 'Consumer-Driven Healthcare' Comes to Life Again, by Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, 12/14/2015.

Joseph Aldy is interviewed in Joseph Aldy on the Impacts of a Climate Agreement on the Business Community, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 12/8/2015.

A New Urban Opportunity Agenda, by Edward Glaeser, City Journal, 12/7/2015.

Program on Education Policy and Governance is featured in Harvard Kennedy School Launches New Fellowships in Education Entrepreneurship, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 11/30/2015.

'Trust but Verify' Should be a Motto of Paris Climate Talks, op-ed by Joseph Aldy, The Christian Science Monitor, 11/30/2015.

Linda Bilmes is interviewed in Connecting American Foreign Policy to Economic PolicyReinvent, 11/24/2015.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in How Do You Start Saving? Your Tax Refund May Be The Answer, by Chris Arnold, NPR, 11/13/2015.

Say You’re Leading a Country. Does Having a Western Education Matter?, by Daniel Krcmaric and Thomas Gift, The Washington Post, 11/13/2015.

Jeffrey Liebman is interviewed in A Bold Proposal to Catalyze Progress on Key Social Policy Challenges, Called the Ten Year Challenge, by Andy Feldman, Gov Innovator, 11/12/2015.

Joseph Aldy is quoted in Why Can't Republicans Support a Carbon Tax?, by Katy Lederer, The New Yorker, 11/9/2015.

As the US Heads to Climate Talks, it Seeks a Plan to ‘Trust but Verify’, by Joseph Aldy, The Conversation, 11/9/2015.

Joshua Goodman is quoted in As de Blasio Aims for Algebra in Every Middle School, Can He Avoid These Common Pitfalls?, by Monica Disare, Chalkbeat New York, 11/5/2015.

Linda Bilmes is interviewed in 'This is a Modest Deal': Linda Bilmes on the Congressional Budget Agreement, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 10/29/2015.

Building the Research University of the 21st Century: The Local, Regional, and International Campus, moderated by Edward Glaeser, 10/23/2015.

Research by Amitabh Chandra is featured in New Study Outlines Impacts of Higher Health Insurance Deductibles, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 10/22/2015.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is quoted in With Memories of 'Snowpocalypse,' Boston Readies for Winter, by Corey Fredde, The Christian Science Monitor, 10/16/2015.

Joshua Goodman is interviewed in Josh Goodman on the College Scorecard, by Jenny Li Fowler, HKS in the News, 10/6/2015.

Amitabh Chandra is interviewed in Three Point Plan to Help Improve Health Care in the U.S.HKS in the News, 10/6/2015.

Research by Edward Glaeser, Daniel Shoag, and Peter Ganong are featured in There is No Such Thing as a City That Has Run Out of Room, by Emily Badger, The Washington Post, 10/6/2015.

Amitabh Chandra is quoted in Gov. Charlie Baker Outlines His Take on Health Care Cost Trends, by Andy Metzger, MassLive, 10/5/2015.

Edward Glaeser is featured in What the UN's New Sustainable Development Goals Will (and Won't) Do for Cities, by Linda Poon, CityLab, 9/29/2015.

Research by Edward Glaeser is highlighted in Mayor Walsh Releases Report Exploring the Creation of Additional Neighborhood Innovation Districts, Press Release, 9/28/2015.

Understanding Health Care’s Short-Termism Problem, by Amitabh Chandra and Dana Goldman, Harvard Business Review, 9/28/2015.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Boston on the Rebound, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 9/23/2015.

Edward Glaeser is quoted in Most Jobs Added in Boston Since Recession Called Low-Paying, by Katie Johnston, Boston Globe, 9/22/2015.

Planning Is Valuable; The Plan Much Less So, by Robert D. Behn, Government Executive, 9/16/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in When You Can't Play Ball for Your School Because You're Poor, by Kirk Carapezza, WGBH News, 9/15/2015.

Uproar over Hillary Clinton's Emails Misses the Point, Op-ed by Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, 9/9/2015.

Rappaport Institute policy brief is featured in Mayor Walsh and Police Commissioner Evans Announce Additional Steps to Curb Gun ViolencePress Release, 9/9/2015.

Does the Partisan Divide Include the K-12 Curriculum?, Op-ed by Paul E. Peterson, Education Week, 9/4/2015.

Brigitte Madrian's achievements are highlighted Brigitte Madrian Wins 2015 Achievement in Applied Retirement Research Award, by Jenny Li Fowler, HKS in the News, 9/2/2015.

Edward Glaeser is quoted in What Fictional City (or Other Locale) Would You Most Like to Inhabit?The Atlantic, 9/2015.

Steven Poftak is quoted in Tough Choices on Green Line project, But it isn’t Derailed Yet, by Shirley Leung, Boston Globe, 8/28/2015.

The Education Next public opinion poll is featured in What Do Americans Really Think About Education Policy?, by Mikhail Zinshteyn and Emily Richmond, The Atlantic, 8/25/2015.

Common Core’s Silent Majority: As Unions and GOP Candidates Bash Standards, Americans Remain Supportive, Op-ed by Paul E. Peterson, The Seventy Four, 8/23/2015.

Robert Putnam's talk at the LinkedIn Speaker Series is posted on YouTube, 8/13/2015.

Research by Joshua Goodman is highlighted in A Lefthanded Compliment for the Sinistral Set, by Alex Beam, Boston Globe, 8/13/2015.

Teachers and Schools are Funded at a Higher Rate than Most People Know, Op-ed by Paul E. Peterson, The Washington Times, 8/13/2015.

Government Performance Lab is highlighted in Bloomberg Philanthropies Announces First Cities Selected to Join What Works Cities InitiativeBloomberg Philanthropies, 8/5/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is reviewed in What If We Wanted for All Kids What We Want for Our Kids?, by Bonnie Lathram, The Huffington Post, 8/3/2015.

Poll conducted by PEPG's Education Next publication is featured in First Look: Poll Finds Support for Testing, by Caitlin Emma, Politico, 7/28/2015.

Study by the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston is highlighted in Harvard Finds Merit in Hub’s Higher Level Classes, by Jeremy C. Fox, The Boston Globe, 7/27/2015.

Study by the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston is highlighted in The Long-Run Impacts of Tracking High-Achieving Students, by Sarah Cohodes, HKS in the News, 7/27/2015.

Competition in the Age of Biosimilars, by Amitabh Chandra and Jacqueline Vanderpuye-Orgle, The Journal of the American Medical Association, 7/21/2015.

Robert Putnam is highlighted in Robert Putnam Honored With Generations United Lifetime Achievement AwardHKS in the News, 7/20/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Robert Putnam Knows the Real Reason the American Dream is Fading, by John Leo, Minding the Campus, 7/19/2015.

Monica Singhal is interviewed in Monica Singhal on Building State Capacity in Developing CountriesHarvard Kennedy School, 7/17/2015.

Steve Poftak is mentioned in Baker Names 5 to MBTA Fiscal Control Board, by David Scharfenberg, The Boston Globe, 7/17/2015.

Even Teachers Are No Fans of Forced Union Payments, Op-ed by Paul E. Peterson and Martin R. West, Wall Street Journal, 7/15/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Expert: Iowa Can Start Conversation on Inequality of Opportunity, by Jason Noble, The Des Moines Register, 7/10/2015.

Book by Robert Putnam is reviewed in The More Opportunity Kids Have, the Brighter our Future, Author Says, by Alan J. Borsuk, Journal Sentinel, 7/4/2015.

Research by Robert Putnam is highlighted in Inequality: Where Right and Left Agree, by Eleanor Clift, The Daily Beast, 6/30/2015.

Research by Brigitte Madrian is featured in Americans are Spending their Savings, by Jenny Li Fowler, HKS in the News, 6/30/2015.

Research by Robert Putnam is highlighted in Harvard Prof Warns America Divided by Wealth Barriers, by Jordan Graham, The Boston Herald, 6/24/2015.

Joshua Goodman is interviewed in Another Wrinkle in College Choice: The Influence of Where Older Siblings Enrolled, by Beckie Supiano, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6/23/2015.

Research by Robert Putnam is discussed in The Kids Are Coming Apart, by Andrew Evans, The Washington Free Beacon, 6/23/2015.

Joseph Aldy is interviewed in A Blessing to Slow Climate ChangeHarvard Gazette, 6/18/2015.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is featured in 'Pioneers in the Classroom’ Honored for their Teaching Success at HKS, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 6/17/2015.

Linda Bilmes is cited in Why Portland's Top Executives Don't Get Annual Reviews, by Brad Schmidt, The Oregonian, 6/7/2015.

Research by Jeffrey Liebman is featured in What’s Causing the Rise in Disability Insurance Claims?, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 6/4/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Putnam: Political ‘Shouting Matches’ Only Hurt Our ChildrenFox News Radio, 6/3/2015.

Research by Jeffrey Liebman is highlighted in How to Fix the Broken Disability Insurance System, by Rob Garver, The Fiscal Times, 6/3/2015.

Research by Daniel Shoag is featured in Analyzing Employment Trends through Cell Phone Data, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 6/2/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in In New Book, 'Bowling Alone’ Author Examines Impact Of Economic Inequality On KidsRadio Boston, 5/27/2015.

Research by Daniel Shoag is highlighted in How Researches Could Tell If You’ve Been Laid Off—From Your Cell-Phone Records, by Josh Zumbrun, The Wall Street Journal, 5/27/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is reviewed in Unhappy Days for America, by Nicholas Lemann, The New York Review of Books, 5/21/2015.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in The Trials and Triumphs of the City: Edward Glaeser in Conversation, by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 5/21/2015.

A conversation with Robert Putnam is featured in What We're Watching: The American Dream in CrisisEducation Next, 5/13/2015.

Robert Putnam's participation in a Georgetown University panel is featured in Obama Tackles Poverty on a Panel in Front of Catholic and Evangelical Leaders, by Michelle Boorstein and Sarah Pulliam Bailey, The Washington Post, 5/12/2015.

Anna Egalite discusses her research in Gender Diversity in Corporate Boardrooms; Teacher Representation in America's Schools, by Lydia Brown, WNPR, 5/12/2015.

Robert Putnam's participation in a Georgetown University panel is highlighted in Obama Urges Liberals and Conservatives to Unite on Poverty, by Michael D. Shear, The New York Times, 5/12/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Have Faith Groups Been Too Absent in the Fight on Poverty?, by Michelle Boorstein, The Washington Post, 5/11/2015.

Steven Poftak is mentioned in Governor Baker Announces New Appointments to Mass DOT Board, 5/8/2015.

Joshua Goodman is interviewed in Study: 4-Year Colleges Better Bet for Graduation Chances, by Wendy Parker, WABE News, 5/7/2015.

Edward Glaeser's book is reviewed in Essential Reading on Tomorrow's Cities, by Dinesh Mohan, Business Standard, 5/4/2015.

The Veiled Economics of Employee Cost Sharing, by Amitabh Chandra and Katherine Baicker, JAMA Network, 5/4/2015.

Policy Design Starts with Operational Capacity, by Robert Behn, Bob Behn's Performance Leadership Report, 5/2015.

Data Wonks vs. Performance Leaders, by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 4/30/2015.

Research by Joshua Goodman and Robert Putnam's book are both featured in College for the Masses, by David Leonhardt, The New York Times, 4/24/2015.

Research by Joshua Goodman is highlighted in College Counsel for the Poor, by Josh Mitchell, The Wall Street Journal, 4/23/2015.

Jeffrey Liebman and the Government Performance Lab are featured in The Government Performance Lab at Harvard Kennedy School to Provide Technical Assistance for U.S. Cities to Transform Procurement Practices, by Doug Gavel, HKS in the News, 4/21/2015.

The Government Performance Lab is featured in Bloomberg Philanthropies Launches $42 Million “What Works Cities” InitiativeBloomberg Philanthropies, 4/20/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is reviewed in Our Kids: Could We Just Listen to Robert Putnam's Plea to America?, by Karen Gross, Huffington Post, 4/14/2015.

Joseph Aldy's participation in Harvard's Presidential Panel on Climate Change is highlighted in Sizing Up Climate Change, by Alvin Powell, Harvard Gazette, 4/13/2015.

PEPG Post-Doctoral Fellow Anna Egalite's research is featured in Where Are the Teachers of Color?, by Motoko Rich, The New York Times, 4/11/2015.

Robert Behn is interviewed by Federal News Radio, 4/9/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed about his book in Robert Putnam on US Inequality: 'Kids are Living in Two Universes,' by Will Roseliep, Boston Public Radio, 4/3/2015.

A research paper by Edward Glaeser and Charles Nathanson is noted as a Morning Must-Read, by Brad DeLong, Washington Center for Equitable Growth, 4/2/2015.

Taubman Center co-sponsored event is presented in What Government Can Learn from Baseball, by Brendan Kent, The Educated Citizen, 4/1/2015.

Linda Bilmes' HKS course is featured in On the Ground, by Robert O'Neil, Harvard Kennedy School Magazine, Winter 2015.

Joshua Goodman's research is highlighted in Turns Out, Snow Days Don't Impact Students' Test Scores, but Absences Do, by Alexandra Svokos, The Huffington Post, 3/27/2015.

Linda Bilmes is interviewed in Pledges its LoyaltyBoston Public Radio, 3/27/2015.

Research by Felipe Campante is featured in What if Springfield was the State Capital?, by Evan Horowitz, Boston Globe, 3/27/2015.

In Defense of Snow Days, by Joshua Goodman, EducationNext

Joshua Goodman's research is featured in How Snow Days Don't Hurt Student Progress, but Absences Do, in Graphs, by Emma Brown, Washington Post, 3/26/2015.

PEPG publication EducationNext is highlighted in Education Next Offers Policy Views, With an Edge, by Mark Walsh, Education Week, 3/24/2015.

Robert Putnam's book and research is highlighted in America's Next Economic Crisis is Already Here, by Aimee Picchi, CBS Moneywatch, 3/23/2015.

Why You Should Care About Other People's Kids, by Robert Putnam, PBS Newshour, 3/19/2015.

Robert Putnam discusses his book in What's Splitting a New Generation of Haves and Have-notsPBS Newshour, 3/19/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Is the American Dream Out of Reach for Our Poor Kids?KCWR To the Point, 3/18/2015.

Education without Representation, by Brian Kisida and Anna J. Egalite, EducationNext, 3/16/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is highlighted in The Effects of Inequality on America's Kids, by Michael Gerson, The Washington Post, 3/16/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in How Low Social Mobility Hurts Children - And What We Need To Do About It, by Danielle Kurtzleben, Vox, 3/16/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is featured in Richer and Poorer, by Jill Lepore, The New Yorker, 3/16/2015.

Research by Linda Bilmes is highlighted in Carbon Sequestration in U.S. National Parks: A Value Beyond Visitation, by Jenny Li Fowler, HKS in the News, 3/12/2015.

Robert Putnam's research is featured in Can Robert Putnam Save the American Dream?, by Marc Parry, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/12/2015.

Steve Poftak is interviewed in Is Massachusetts' Film Tax Credit Worth It?, by Craig Lemoult, WGBH News, 3/11/2015.

What Are We Willing to Sacrifice in War on ISIS?, Op-ed by Linda Bilmes, The Boston Globe, 3/11/2015.

Robert Putnam's research is highlighted in The Cost of Relativism, by David Brooks, The New York Times, 3/10/2015.

Anna Egalite is interviewed in Recruiting More Minority Teachers Could do Wonders for Minority Students, Study Says, by Rebecca Klein, Huffington Post, 3/9/2015.

Robert Putnam is interviewed in Bowling Alone Author Tackles the American Dream, by Scott Simon, NPR Weekend Edition, 3/7/2015.

Robert Putnam's book is highlighted in The Terrible Loneliness of Growing Up Poor in Robert Putnam's America, by Emily Badger, The Washington Post, 3/6/2015.

The Benefits of Minority Teachers in the Classroom, by Anna Egalite and Brian Kisida, Real Clear Education, 3/6/2015.

Joshua Goodman's research is highlighted in It's Better to Struggle at a Good School than to Ace Community College, by Akane Otani, 3/5/2015.

Robert D. Putnam's book "Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis" is reviewed by Jason DeParle, The New York Times, 3/4/2015.

Joshua Goodman's research is highlighted in SAT Thresholds and Student Success, by Ashley A. Smith, Inside Higher Ed, 3/4/2015.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is interviewed in Tough Days for the MBTA, by Christina Pazzanese, Harvard Gazette, 2/27/2015.

No Child Left Behind and Testing Help Hold Schools Accountable, Op-ed by Paul E. Peterson, Los Angeles Times, 2/23/2015.

ViewPoint: Mass. Ready for its Own Global Policy, by Senior Research Fellow Rodrigo Tavares, Boston Business Journal, 2/20/2015.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is named to MBTA Special Panel, 2/20/2015.

Two Great Cities - but London has the Edge Now Over New York, by Edward Glaeser, London Evening Standard, 2/16/2015.

Steven Poftak is interviewed in What's Behind the MBTA Mess?, by Mike Beaudet, Fox 25 News, 2/12/2015.

Paul E. Peterson's research is referenced in Suburbia and Its Common Core Conspiracy Theories, by Laura McKenna, The Atlantic, 2/12/2015.

Amitabh Chandra's research is highlighted in Measuring the Value of Robots in the Operating Room, by Doug Gavel, Communications and Public Affairs, 2/02/2015.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in The New 'Cool' Cities for Millennials, by Stephanie Hanes, The Christian Science Monitor, 2/01/2015.

Joshua Goodman's research is highlighted in A Lefty's Lament, by Alvin Powell, Harvard Gazette, 1/30/2015.

Joshua Goodman's research is referenced in School Leaders Say Closing Schools for Snow Days is a No-Win Situation For All, by Jamie Gumbrecht, CNN, 1/26/2015.

Jose Gomez-Ibanez is named as a panelist in Governor Cuomo’s 2015 Opportunity Agenda, 1/20/2015. 

Robert D. Putnam’s research is referenced in To Reduce Gun Violence, Know Thy Neighbor by Andrew Giambrone, The Atlantic, 1/16/2015.

Brigitte Madrian is interviewed in Consumer Agency Launches Tool to Help You Find a Cheaper Mortgage by Chris Arnold, NPR, 1/13/2015.

Joseph Aldy is interviewed in Energy Policy in the New Year by Steve Curwood, Public Radio International's Living on Earth, 1/09/2015.

Steve Poftak is interviewed in What to Make of Boston's Bid to Host the 2024 Olympic Games by Doug Gavel, Communications and Public Affairs, 1/09/2015.

Why Every Agency Needs a Chief Management Officer, Commentary by Robert Behn, Government Executive, 1/08/2015.

Joshua Goodman is interviewed in Study Shows Earning Differences Between Left- and Right-Handed People by Michael Krasny, KQED Forum, 1/07/2015.

Joshua Goodman is quoted in Why going to school in the snow can make test scores go down by Libby Nelson, MSN, 1/06/2014.

Linda Bilmes is referenced in The True Cost of the Afghanistan War May Surprise You by Mark Thompson, Time Politics, 1/06/2015.

Edward Glaeser is interviewed in Why and how cities succeed by Aparna Piramal Raje, Live Mint, 1/06/2015.