Join the Rappaport Institute in welcoming our new advisory board members.
The Rappaport Institute has released the findings of our analysis of Chelsea Eats, the largest guaranteed income pilot in the United States to date. Read the full paper to learn more.
New Research from Danielle Cerny, a Visiting Fellow at the Rappaport Institute and Taubman Center, explores the core components of the Massachusetts governor and lieutenant governor's approach to strengthening state-local partnership.
Graduate students spend 10 weeks in Greater Boston's state and local agencies during a paid summer internship. Fellows help agencies advance high-profile, important policy projects and key priorities.
For more than forty years, this program has provided full-tuition scholarships to help elected and appointed officials from Greater Boston attend HKS's Mid-Career Master's Program.
Experiential learning opportunities and field labs pair students with state and local agencies in Greater Boston to tackle critical policy issues from many angles.
Infrastructure projects are often complex and subject to unexpected changes. The paper on which this brief is based studies how contracts for construction work are allocated.
The Rappaport Institute is analyzing the impact of Chelsea Eats, a guaranteed income pilot program launched by the City of Chelsea in September 2020 to support Chelsea residents during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Massachusetts Food Access project interviewed families to learn about the challenges they faced during the COVID-19 crisis. The project aims to improve the delivery of services and discover stories that motivate action.