From Research to Health Policy Impact
Journal Articles and Published Proceedings Papers
R. Zimmerman, Q. Zhu and C. Dimitri (2016) “Promoting Resilience for Food, Energy and Water Interdependencies,” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 50-61. Published online: February 12, 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s13412-016-0362-0
Areas of Impact
Pennies from Heaven: Assessing the Impact of New York State's STAR Exemption on School District Property Taxation
Public Policy Specialization
Which public policies are doing what they're designed to do, and which could do their job better? The Public Policy Analysis specialization gives you tools to make these evaluations and play a leading role in evaluating and creating policy that better serves the public good.
Indonesias New Healthy Paradigm: The Impact of Promotional and Preventive Versus Curative Factors on Health
Our scholars and researchers are interested in equipping individuals with the knowledge and skills to enhance leadership practices in the organizations and fields in which they work. These selected research projects are a representation of our efforts in the research and evaluation of leadership.
For more information on research projects, please visit NYU Wagner faculty pages.
MPA in Public & Nonprofit Management & Policy
How will you be making your impact in public service in five or ten years? It's almost impossible to say. The boundaries between roles and sectors are blurring—to be effective, you'll need a broad education and a firm grasp of how skills and ideas translate in different real-world contexts. With NYU Wagner's interdisciplinary MPA-PNP coursework in finance, policy, and management, and NYC as your urban laboratory, you'll be prepared to address the most pressing issues of our time in the many fields, sectors, and policy arenas that your career will span.
Victor Rodwin Research
FRENCH HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
Introduction to Social Impact
September 11 brought a dramatic surge in what Americans expected of themselves and their civic institutions.
The Use of SchoolWide Bonus Incentives on Educational Outcomes
PHD in Public Administration
Interdisciplinary. Flexible. Powerful.
Through theoretical and methodological training, NYU Wagner's doctoral students learn how to produce insights required for effective and equitable public and nonprofit programs and policies. Our program is interdisciplinary, just like our faculty, so students can draw on economics, political science, sociology, psychology, organization studies, and other fields. What's more, it is flexible, allowing students to design a plan of study that takes advantage of the many courses offered at NYU Wagner and NYU's other graduate schools.
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Analysis of Public Support Program Efficacy in Supporting the Disabled
Fiscal Discipline: State and Local Government Spending
Python Coding for Public Policy
This 7-week course exposes the students to the application and use of data analytics in setting public policy.
Frameworks for Evaluating Innovation in the Public Sector
New From GovLab: MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Opening Governance
MISSION Framework: Market-Based Solutions for Social Impact
When the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation approached the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service’s Social Innovation & Investment Initiative (SII) to review its decade-long history with impact investing, there was a clear alignment on objectives of documenting best practices in impact investing in order to strengthen this emerging sector.