Affiliated Faculty  
Saich, Anthony  
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Daewoo Professor of International Affairs & Director, Ash Center Anthony Saich teaches courses on comparative political institutions, democratic governance, and transitional economies with a focus on China. In his capacity as Ash Center Director, Saich also serves as the director of the Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia and the faculty chair of the China Public Policy Program, which provides training programs for national and local Chinese officials. More | Contact

Daewoo Professor of International Affairs & Director, Ash Center
Anthony Saich teaches courses on comparative political institutions, democratic governance, and transitional economies with a focus on China. In his capacity as Ash Center Director, Saich also serves as the director of the Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia and the faculty chair of the China Public Policy Program, which provides training programs for national and local Chinese officials. More | Contact

Ahlers, Doug  
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Adjunct Lecturer in Public PolicyDoug Ahlers teaches a course on the management of disaster recovery which blends case teaching with field-research. He founded the Harvard Kennedy School Broadmoor Project, a collaborative redevelopment effort between the Katrina-devastated Broadmoor New Orleans neighborhood and the Kennedy School. More | Contact

Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
Doug Ahlers teaches a course on the management of disaster recovery which blends case teaching with field-research. He founded the Harvard Kennedy School Broadmoor Project, a collaborative redevelopment effort between the Katrina-devastated Broadmoor New Orleans neighborhood and the Kennedy School. More | Contact

Altshuler, Alan  
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Ruth and Frank Stanton Professor in Urban Policy and PlanningAt HKS, Alan A. Altshuler has been academic dean, director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for State and Local Government, and director of the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston. He has also been dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, dean of New York University’s Graduate School of Public Administration, and professor of political science and urban planning at MIT. More | Contact

Ruth and Frank Stanton Professor in Urban Policy and Planning
At HKS, Alan A. Altshuler has been academic dean, director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for State and Local Government, and director of the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston. He has also been dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, dean of New York University’s Graduate School of Public Administration, and professor of political science and urban planning at MIT. More | Contact

Baum, Matthew  
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Matthew A. Baum is the Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications and professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School. His research focuses on delineating the effects of domestic politics on international conflict and cooperation in general and American foreign policy in particular, as well as on the role of the mass media and public opinion in contemporary American politics. He received his Ph.D. in political science at UC San Diego in 2000. More | Contact

Matthew A. Baum is the Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications and professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School. His research focuses on delineating the effects of domestic politics on international conflict and cooperation in general and American foreign policy in particular, as well as on the role of the mass media and public opinion in contemporary American politics. He received his Ph.D. in political science at UC San Diego in 2000. More | Contact

Behn, Robert  
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Lecturer in Public PolicyRobert D. Behn focuses his research, teaching, and thinking on the leadership challenge of improving the performance of public agencies. He is the faculty chair of the HKS executive program, Driving Government Performance: Leadership Strategies that Produce Results and conducts custom-designed executive education programs for government jurisdictions and public agencies. More | Contact

Lecturer in Public Policy
Robert D. Behn focuses his research, teaching, and thinking on the leadership challenge of improving the performance of public agencies. He is the faculty chair of the HKS executive program, Driving Government Performance: Leadership Strategies that Produce Results and conducts custom-designed executive education programs for government jurisdictions and public agencies. More | Contact

Cunningham, Edward  
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Assistant Professor, Boston University; Director, Asia Energy and Sustainability InitiativeEdward Cunningham is an assistant professor at Boston University’s Department of Geography and Environment and the director of the Ash Center’s Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative. He is also a research affiliate of the MIT Industrial Performance Center and serves as a consultant to private and publicly listed companies. More | Contact

Assistant Professor, Boston University; Director, Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative
Edward Cunningham is an assistant professor at Boston University’s Department of Geography and Environment and the director of the Ash Center’s Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative. He is also a research affiliate of the MIT Industrial Performance Center and serves as a consultant to private and publicly listed companies. More | Contact

Dapice, David  
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Economist, Vietnam ProgramDavid Dapice joined the Tufts faculty in 1973 as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 1980. He has specialized in development economics, especially in Southeast Asia. He has taken leave at the World Bank (as a Brookings Policy Fellow in 1976-77), the Rockefeller Foundation (1980-81), and the Harvard Institute for International Development (1990-91). More | Contact

Economist, Vietnam Program
David Dapice joined the Tufts faculty in 1973 as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 1980. He has specialized in development economics, especially in Southeast Asia. He has taken leave at the World Bank (as a Brookings Policy Fellow in 1976-77), the Rockefeller Foundation (1980-81), and the Harvard Institute for International Development (1990-91). More | Contact

de Jong, Jorrit  
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Lecturer in Public Policy and Management and Academic Director for the Innovations in Government ProgramJorrit de Jong is a lecturer in public policy and management and academic director for the Innovations in Government Program. His research examines concepts of governance and management that make the public sector more effective, efficient, and equitable. More | Contact

Lecturer in Public Policy and Management and Academic Director for the Innovations in Government Program
Jorrit de Jong is a lecturer in public policy and management and academic director for the Innovations in Government Program. His research examines concepts of governance and management that make the public sector more effective, efficient, and equitable. More | Contact

Donahue, John  
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Raymond Vernon Lecturer in Public PolicyJohn D. Donahue is faculty chair of the MPP Program and the SLATE curriculum initiative. His teaching, writing, and research focus on public sector reform and the distribution of public responsibilities across levels of government and sectors of the economy, including extensive work with the HKS-HBS joint degree program. His most recent book is Collaborative Governance. More | Contact

Raymond Vernon Lecturer in Public Policy
John D. Donahue is faculty chair of the MPP Program and the SLATE curriculum initiative. His teaching, writing, and research focus on public sector reform and the distribution of public responsibilities across levels of government and sectors of the economy, including extensive work with the HKS-HBS joint degree program. His most recent book is Collaborative Governance. More | Contact

Fung, Archon  
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Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and CitizenshipArchon Fung’s research examines the impacts of civic participation, public deliberation, and transparency upon public and private governance. Current projects also examine initiatives in ecosystem management, toxics reduction, endangered species protection, local governance, and international labor standards. More | Contact

Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship
Archon Fung’s research examines the impacts of civic participation, public deliberation, and transparency upon public and private governance. Current projects also examine initiatives in ecosystem management, toxics reduction, endangered species protection, local governance, and international labor standards. More | Contact

Goldsmith, Stephen  
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Daniel Paul Professor of GovernmentStephen Goldsmith is the Daniel Paul Professor of Government and the director of the Innovations in Government Program at the Ash Center. Goldsmith occupies the unique position of having approached issues of social innovation as a national leader across sectors—including government, for-profit corporations providing public services, and major nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. More | Contact

Daniel Paul Professor of Government
Stephen Goldsmith is the Daniel Paul Professor of Government and the director of the Innovations in Government Program at the Ash Center. Goldsmith occupies the unique position of having approached issues of social innovation as a national leader across sectors—including government, for-profit corporations providing public services, and major nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. More | Contact

Grindle, Merilee  
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Edward S. Mason Professor of International DevelopmentDirector, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American StudiesMerilee S. Grindle is a specialist on the comparative analysis of policymaking, implementation, and public management in developing countries, with particular reference to Latin America. She is the author of Searching for Rural Development and Going Local among others. More | Contact

Edward S. Mason Professor of International Development
Director, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies
Merilee S. Grindle is a specialist on the comparative analysis of policymaking, implementation, and public management in developing countries, with particular reference to Latin America. She is the author of Searching for Rural Development and Going Local among others. More | Contact

Howitt, Arnold  
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Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy & Executive Director, Ash CenterArnold Howitt is responsible for the Center’s executive education and research programs and also co-directs the Program on Crisis Leadership, jointly sponsored by Ash and Taubman Centers. He chairs or co-chairs Leadership in Crises, Leadership for New State Health Directors, and has taught in Crisis Leadership for Higher Education and the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative. More | Contact

Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy & Executive Director, Ash Center
Arnold Howitt is responsible for the Center’s executive education and research programs and also co-directs the Program on Crisis Leadership, jointly sponsored by Ash and Taubman Centers. He chairs or co-chairs Leadership in Crises, Leadership for New State Health Directors, and has taught in Crisis Leadership for Higher Education and the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative. More | Contact

Kamarck, Elaine  
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Lecturer in Public Policy, Belfer Center for Science and International AffairsElaine C. Kamarck came to HKS in 1997 after a career in politics and government. In the 1980s, she was one of the founders of the New Democrat movement that helped elect Bill Clinton president. She served in the White House from 1993 to 1997, where she created and managed the Clinton Administration's National Performance Review, also known as reinventing government. More | Contact

Lecturer in Public Policy, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Elaine C. Kamarck came to HKS in 1997 after a career in politics and government. In the 1980s, she was one of the founders of the New Democrat movement that helped elect Bill Clinton president. She served in the White House from 1993 to 1997, where she created and managed the Clinton Administration's National Performance Review, also known as reinventing government. More | Contact

Keyssar, Alexander  
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Matthew W. Stirling Jr. Professor of History and Social PolicyA historian by training, Alexander Keyssar has specialized in the explanation of issues that have contemporary policy implications. His book, The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States (2000), was named the best book in U.S. history by both the American Historical Association and the Historical Society. More | Contact

Matthew W. Stirling Jr. Professor of History and Social Policy
A historian by training, Alexander Keyssar has specialized in the explanation of issues that have contemporary policy implications. His book, The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States (2000), was named the best book in U.S. history by both the American Historical Association and the Historical Society. More | Contact

Leonard, Herman (Dutch)  
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George F. Baker, Jr. Professor of Public ManagementEliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration, HBSHerman B. “Dutch” Leonard teaches leadership, organizational strategy, crisis management, and financial management. His current research concentrates on crisis management, corporate social responsibility, and performance management. More | Contact

George F. Baker, Jr. Professor of Public Management
Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration, HBS
Herman B. “Dutch” Leonard teaches leadership, organizational strategy, crisis management, and financial management. His current research concentrates on crisis management, corporate social responsibility, and performance management. More | Contact

Mansbridge, Jane  
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Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic ValuesJane J. Mansbridge is the author of Beyond Adversary Democracy, an empirical and normative study of face-to-face democracy, and the award-winning Why We Lost the ERA, a study of anti-deliberative dynamics in social movements based on organizing for an Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. More | Contact

Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values
Jane J. Mansbridge is the author of Beyond Adversary Democracy, an empirical and normative study of face-to-face democracy, and the award-winning Why We Lost the ERA, a study of anti-deliberative dynamics in social movements based on organizing for an Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. More | Contact

Masoud, Tarek  
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Associate Professor of Public PolicyA political scientist and Middle East specialist, Tarek Masoud’s research focuses on political development in countries that are poor and unfree. He is particularly interested in the processes by which governments become more accountable to, representative of, and responsive to the needs of their people. He is the author of a forthcoming book on Islamic political parties. More | Contact

Associate Professor of Public Policy
A political scientist and Middle East specialist, Tarek Masoud’s research focuses on political development in countries that are poor and unfree. He is particularly interested in the processes by which governments become more accountable to, representative of, and responsive to the needs of their people. He is the author of a forthcoming book on Islamic political parties. More | Contact

Mayne, Quinton  
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Assistant Professor of Public PolicyQuinton Mayne received his Ph.D. from the Department of Politics at Princeton University and came to the Ash Center as its inaugural Democracy Fellow from the European University Institute where he was a Max Weber Fellow. His research and teaching interests lie in the area of comparative politics with a focus on public opinion, political participation, and political institutions. More | Contact

Assistant Professor of Public Policy
Quinton Mayne received his Ph.D. from the Department of Politics at Princeton University and came to the Ash Center as its inaugural Democracy Fellow from the European University Institute where he was a Max Weber Fellow. His research and teaching interests lie in the area of comparative politics with a focus on public opinion, political participation, and political institutions. More | Contact

Moore, Mark  
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Hauser Professor of Nonprofit OrganizationsMark Moore is the faculty chair of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. He was the founding chairman of the HKS Committee on Executive Programs, and served in that role for over a decade. From 1979-2004, he was the Guggenheim Professor of Criminal Justice Policy and Management and faculty chairman of the Program Criminal Justice Policy and Management at HKS. More | Contact

Hauser Professor of Nonprofit Organizations
Mark Moore is the faculty chair of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. He was the founding chairman of the HKS Committee on Executive Programs, and served in that role for over a decade. From 1979-2004, he was the Guggenheim Professor of Criminal Justice Policy and Management and faculty chairman of the Program Criminal Justice Policy and Management at HKS. More | Contact

Norris, Pippa  
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Paul. F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative PoliticsPippa Norris is a political scientist focusing on democracy and development, public opinion and elections, political communications, and gender politics. She joined the Harvard faculty in 1992. From January-December 2011 she was on leave as a visiting professor of government at the University of Sydney. Her contributions have been recognized in the 2011 Johan Skytte prize. More | Contact

Paul. F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics
Pippa Norris is a political scientist focusing on democracy and development, public opinion and elections, political communications, and gender politics. She joined the Harvard faculty in 1992. From January-December 2011 she was on leave as a visiting professor of government at the University of Sydney. Her contributions have been recognized in the 2011 Johan Skytte prize. More | Contact

Perkins, Dwight  
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Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor of Political EconomyDwight H. Perkins’ previous positions at Harvard include director of the Harvard University Asia Center, associate director of the East Asian (now Fairbank) Research Center, chair of the Department of Economics, and director of the Harvard Institute for International Development. Perkins has authored numerous publications on economic history and economic development. More | Contact

Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor of Political Economy
Dwight H. Perkins’ previous positions at Harvard include director of the Harvard University Asia Center, associate director of the East Asian (now Fairbank) Research Center, chair of the Department of Economics, and director of the Harvard Institute for International Development. Perkins has authored numerous publications on economic history and economic development. More | Contact

Rosecrance, Richard  
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Adjunct Professor of Public PolicyRichard Rosecrance is also a research professor of political science at the University of California and a senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was the former director of the Burkle Center for International Relations at UCLA. He has written widely on international topics including The Rise of the Trading State and America's Economic Resurgence. More | Contact

Adjunct Professor of Public Policy
Richard Rosecrance is also a research professor of political science at the University of California and a senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was the former director of the Burkle Center for International Relations at UCLA. He has written widely on international topics including The Rise of the Trading State and America's Economic Resurgence. More | Contact

Rosengard, Jay  
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Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, HKS; Academic Director, Rajawali Foundation Institute for AsiaJay Rosengard is Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at HKS and is also the Academic Director of Ash Center's Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia as well as the Faculty Chair of the HKS Indonesia Program. Additionally, Rosengard is the Director of the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government’s Financial Sector Programas well as the Faculty Chair for ComTax, FIPED, Transformasi, and ASEAN Leaders EE Programs. More | Contact

Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, HKS; Academic Director, Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia
Jay Rosengard is Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at HKS and is also the Academic Director of Ash Center's Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia as well as the Faculty Chair of the HKS Indonesia Program. Additionally, Rosengard is the Director of the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government’s Financial Sector Programas well as the Faculty Chair for ComTax, FIPED, Transformasi, and ASEAN Leaders EE Programs. More | Contact

Rouyer, Muriel  
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Visiting Professor of Public PolicyMuriel Rouyer, visiting adjunct professor of public policy has been a professor of political science in France since 2004, at the University of Nice (2004) and Nantes (since 2005). She taught in various international contexts (The University of Chicago and G. Washington University in Paris, Master degree and International Program at Sciences-Po Paris, The University of Belarus in exile in Vilnius, University Gaston Berger in Senegal). More | Contact

Visiting Professor of Public Policy
Muriel Rouyer, visiting adjunct professor of public policy has been a professor of political science in France since 2004, at the University of Nice (2004) and Nantes (since 2005). She taught in various international contexts (The University of Chicago and G. Washington University in Paris, Master degree and International Program at Sciences-Po Paris, The University of Belarus in exile in Vilnius, University Gaston Berger in Senegal). More | Contact

Winston, Kenneth  
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Lecturer in EthicsKenneth Winston created the Kennedy School’s course in professional ethics for mid-career students. Winston is also faculty chair of the Kennedy School’s Singapore Program, which supports faculty exchanges with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. In recent years, he helped to build HKS’s capacity in comparative and international ethics. More | Contact

Lecturer in Ethics
Kenneth Winston created the Kennedy School’s course in professional ethics for mid-career students. Winston is also faculty chair of the Kennedy School’s Singapore Program, which supports faculty exchanges with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. In recent years, he helped to build HKS’s capacity in comparative and international ethics. More | Contact