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SIPA workshops apply SIPA students' practical skills and analytical knowledge to a real-world issue. Small student consulting teams, under faculty supervision, are assigned a substantive, policy-oriented project with an external client. Each team produces an actionable report and an oral briefing. Workshops give students a chance to refine their skills and knowledge, make a positive contribution, and build a network.

Workshops are required for the Master of International Affairs (MIA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), and Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy (ESP).

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Accessing Justice to Redress Adverse Human Rights Impacts of Transboundary Investments – A Southeast Asian Case Study

After the Boom: Which Emerging Markets Benefited most from the Commodities Boom and Why

Advisor: 
Melanie L. Petsch
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Alternative Asset Purchase Programs: A Comparative Study of the Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank and Bank of England

Advisor: 
Richard H. Clarida
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Alternatives to Coal For Power Generation: Comparing Energy Sources on an Economic, Political, and Environmental Basis

Assessing the Economic and Operational Value of Fleets of Electric Vehicles (EVs) Compared to Conventional Fossil Fueled Vehicles (ICEs)

Client: 
SunEdison
Advisor: 
A. J. Goulding
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Balancing Humanitarian Assistance, Security, and EU Policy to Improve Bulgaria’s Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Advisor: 
Robin S Brooks
Semester: 
Spring 2016

CatalyzeLA – Reimagine how the City of Los Angeles and the Startup Community do Business Together

Advisor: 
David Dabscheck
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Causes of Instability and Spread of Violence in West Africa and Recommendations for US/NATO Support Options

Client: 
RAND Corporation
Advisor: 
John Hirsch
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Corporate Sponsorship of Global Sporting Events— Understanding the Risks/Rewards of Corporate Sponsorship

Advisor: 
Clifford A. Young
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Cyberliteracy driven Cybersecurity: Policy implementation in the Financial Services Sector

Client: 
A Global Investment Bank
Advisor: 
Harry Silver
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Election data: Analyzing the Effectiveness and Accuracy of Ipsos Forecasting Models

Client: 
Ipsos
Advisor: 
Sharyn O'Halloran
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Empowering NYC Communities Through the use of NYC Open Data: Evaluating User Experience and Approach

Advisor: 
Patricia Davies
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Enhancing U.S. and International Civil-Military Preparedness for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance: Curriculum Development and Implementation Recommendations for Executive Programme, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Humanitarian Assis

External Economic Influence in South Caucasus/Central Asia

Advisor: 
Kimberly Marten
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Failure and Turn Around in Peacebuilding Projects

Advisor: 
Kirsti Samuels
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Financial Derivatives Markets: Regulatory Change and Implications for Standard Chartered Bank

Semester: 
Spring 2016

Global Lessons and Local Recommendations for Effective Post-Electrification Outcomes in East African Rural Electrification Projects

Client: 
Virunga Power
Advisor: 
A. J. Goulding
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Identifying the Costs and Benefits of Creating a State-led Cyber First Responder Incident Command System in New Jersey

Implications of US Oil Production Productivity Gains

Advisor: 
Jason Bordoff
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Improving Access to Finance for the Dairy Value Chain in Nicaragua

Advisor: 
Sara Calvo
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Improving Community-based Juvenile Justice Programming

Influencing Outcomes in East Asia by Leveraging the U.S./Japan Security Alliance

Advisor: 
Charles Kartman
Semester: 
Spring 2016

Innovative Financial Mechanisms to Promote Private Investment in New York City's Green Infrastructure

Advisor: 
Damian Busch
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

Mapping Media Consumption of African Union Members for Human Rights Watch Communication Strategy

Client: 
Human Rights Watch
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report

MasterCard Mexico: Developing a Model for Measuring Financial Inclusion

Client: 
MasterCard
Advisor: 
Deborah McLean
Semester: 
Spring 2016
Report: 
Final Report
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