Jun 24, 2010

The 2009-2010 Wagner Review is now online

The Wagner Review 2009-2010

Read the latest version of The Wagner Review, NYU Wagner's student-run academic journal, which showcases the critical thinking and collaborative innovation that typifies our students, future leaders in public service.

From conceiving alternatives to prostitution for sex workers in Latin America to untangling the politics of same-sex marriage in the U.S. to examining the implications of pedestrianizing New York's iconic Broadway, NYU Wagner students are at the forefront of social change as they tackle these and other pressing social issues.

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Publications

Video

  • WAGTalk: Daniel Smith, “Why Do Cities Go Bankrupt?”

    Professor Dan Smith discusses three of the biggest municipal bankruptcies in U.S. history: Detroit, Michigan; Jefferson County, Alabama; and Stockton, California.
    Finance
  • WAGTalk: Ingrid Gould Ellen, “Preserving History or Hindering Progress”

    The preservation of historic neighborhoods has been the subject of controversy in New York City and in cities around the country. Professor Ingrid Ellen sheds light on this debate.
    Urban Planning
  • WAGTalk: Jonathan Morduch, “U.S. Financial Diaries”

    The U.S. Financial Diaries project tracked the financial behaviors of 250 low-income American households. Professor Jonathan Morduch discusses how public policy and the private sector can create financial options for households working hard to get ahead.
    Poverty
  • NYU Wagner's 75th Celebration

    On June 12, 2014, NYU Wagner celebrated 75 years of public service education.
    Education
  • WAGTalk: John Billings, “Improving Care for High Cost/ High Risk Patients”

    Professor John Billings presents research that aims to identify and improve care for high cost/high risk Medicaid patients.
    Health