The heart of NYU Wagner's programs is our faculty. Premier scholars in a variety of disciplines—economics, finance, sociology, political science, law, planning, healthcare, and more—our faculty members conceive new answers to ambitious social questions.
Faculty Research and Publications
What Difference Does a Diagnosis Make? Evidence from Marginal Patients
Does High School Size Affect Rates of Risky Health Behaviors and Poor Mental Health Among Low-Income Teenagers? Evidence from New York City
ESG and Healthcare's Leading Role in Saving Our Planet
Louisiana: A Dangerous Place for Black Women to Become Pregnant or Give Birth
The Wagner Experience: Michael Weston-Murphy (MPA)
After serving as the campaign manager for the restoration of Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan, Michael Weston-Murphy (MPA) came to NYU Wagner to strengthen his management skill set. Weston-Murphy shares experiences as a NYU Wagner student.
Can Dying Cities Be Saved?
Professor Beth Weitzman evaluates the findings of a study on five distressed cities to determine if children's health and safety could be improved.
The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan, 1811-2011
Professor Hilary Ballon explains the planning and implementation of Manhattan's grid system.