The Ash Center supports the publication of books on innovation, democratic governance, and public policy issues related to Asian countries. Publications can be obtained from their respective publishers.
Developed by Harvard Kennedy School's Case Program, Ash Center case studies describe innovations in government and democratic governance around the world. These cases are prepared for use in classroom discussion and are useful tools for practitioners.
The Ash Center's Occasional Papers series focuses on national and international government innovations as well as democratic governance and Asian policy innovations. The Center also features faculty and staff contributions in notable journals and other publications.
- All Journal Articles & Occasional Papers
- Democratic Governance Articles & Papers
- Innovations in Government Articles & Papers
- Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia Articles & Papers
The Ash Center conducts periodic surveys on research related to democratic governance and innovation. Its 20th Anniversary Survey Report of the Innovations in American Government Awards identifies new areas of research in the field of government innovation.