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Harvard Kennedy School is a place where ideas meet practice as scholars and practitioners conduct research on pressing public policy problems and share their insights with students. In addition to research and teaching, our faculty members are actively engaged in the affairs of the world -- shaping public policy, advising governments, and helping to run major institutions in the United States and abroad. The learning in our classrooms reflects this reality.
The following Harvard Kennedy School faculty members currently teach core courses for the MPP Program. Given the size of the MPP class, these core courses are taught in multiple sections.
The links below provide some background information on our AY2016-2017 core faculty's interests and experience.
|Joseph Aldy||Dan Levy|
|Christopher Avery||Jeffrey Liebman|
|Mary Jo Bane||Robert Livingston|
|Matthew Baum||Brian Mandell|
|Jonathan Borck||Tarek Masoud|
|Sheila Burke||Janina Matuszeski|
|Hannah Riley Bowles||Thomas Patterson|
|Amitabh Chandra||Mathias Risse|
|Pinar Dogan||Christopher Robichaud|
|John Donahue||Soroush Saghafian|
|David Ellwood||Simone Schaner|
|Mark Fagan||Mark Shepard|
|Candelaria Garay||Daniel Shoag|
|Joshua Goodman||Theodore Svoronos|
|Robert Lawrence||Robert Wilkinson|
John D. Donahue, Faculty Chair of the MPP Program, is the Raymond Vernon Senior Lecturer in Public Policy.