Professor Gregory Nemet helped lead a landmark report on the current state of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) in ongoing efforts to limit global warming.
A thoughtful mix of local property tax revenue and state aid can help public school systems provide high-quality education for all students, according to a new report co-authored by Professor Emeritus Andrew Reschovsky.
The authors examine a vicious cycle of drinking water failures and public distrust that allows commercial firms to profit from consumers’ distrust of public water services.
Assistant Professor Denia Garcia received the 2022 UW–Madison Exceptional Service Award for her outstanding service fostering program growth and supporting outreach activities.
A new study by Assistant Professor Lauren Schmitz that follows people who were born during the Great Depression shows that early-life exposure to poor economic conditions is associated with accelerated aging.
This fall, the European Commission named Professor Mark Copelovitch a Jean Monnet Chair in the European Union (EU) and the Global Economy.
Héctor Pifarré i Arolas joined the La Follette School’s faculty as an assistant professor this fall.
La Follette School Director and Professor Susan Webb Yackee received the award for her co-authored paper, “Inequality in Administrative Democracy: Large-Sample Evidence from American Financial Regulation.”
Four UW–Madison faculty members discussed the ways that rapidly rising costs impact students’ lives during a September Cap Times Idea Fest session at Chadbourne Hall.
A bipartisan group of 17 staff members participated in the four-day graduate-level course, designed to provide a foundational understanding of public policy analysis and public management.