The Ash Center seeks to fill a void in scholarship on democratic institutions that currently yields little practical application. How do we solve problems of collective action, institutional design, inclusion, lack of responsiveness, corruption, polarization, and distrust? How does government innovate to respond to constricting resources, natural and man-made disasters, and complex networks of public-private partnerships? The Ash Center seeks proposals from faculty working on these and other broad questions, with priority given to proposals within the topic areas outlined above. No faculty grants will be offered in the current call for applications.
2012 Faculty Grantees Announced
- Asim Khwaja, Professor of Public Policy, HKS - Trust in State Authority and Non-State Actors
- Stephen Kosack, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, HKS - Mass Movements and Responsive Governance
- Tarek Masoud, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, HKS - Political Attitudes and Behavior after the Arab Spring: Beyond Survey Reseach
- Ryan Sheely, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, HKS - Participant-Driven Evaluation and Community Empowerment in Rural Kenya
- Kenneth Winston, Lecturer in Ethics; Faculty Chair, Singapore Program, HKS - Practical Ethics