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Columbia Public Policy Review publishes articles and hosts events with focus on U.S. urban issues.

“How can the Fed avoid surprising markets?,” asks vice chairman

The former mayor of São Paulo spoke at this year’s Global Mayors Forum.

Public-service leave begins at conclusion of academic year.

Hundreds of alumni and students, faculty and friends gathered for historic series of festivities.

Civil rights icon keynotes 20th annual Dinkins Forum.

USP concentration and United States specialization welcome SIPA alumna and 12 students from the U.S. Military Academy

Panelists explore role of targeting-and-convincing infrastructure in the fake news phenomenon.

In this SIPA News Q&A, Nishimura discusses how he manages the demands of school, his social and family life, and his internship at Eurasia Group.

Innovative workshop addresses role of women as financial-service professionals, customers.

Former Estonian president Toomas Ilves joined SIPA scholars for a timely talk.

Canada’s Morneau discusses special economic relationship between two neighbors.

SIPA hosted a February 23 research conference devoted to “Optimal Bank Capital Regulation.”

SIPA’s Entrepreneurship and Policy Initiative joined Sidewalk Labs in hosting a panel of experts.

The Global Public Policy Network convened teams from member schools to present data-driven solutions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

SIPA’s specialization in Technology, Media, and Communications considered this question at a February 7 panel discussion among Karen Attiah MIA ’12, global opinions editor at the Washington Post; Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and ..

Cabinet member on leave from SIPA faculty attributes recent success to reforms intended to accelerate development and liberalize regulation of industry.

Maryam Mujica discusses various issues, including the role of social network in the current geopolitical climate.

Students participate in a weekend-long course that tests their knowledge and skills in humanitarian response.

Drawing on lengthy experience inside UN system, panelists discuss challenges and opportunities.

Areas of focus include cybersecurity, Internet governance, digital economy, and civic tech.

The donation honors the memory of Dr. Clyde Wu, a former University trustee.

Former presidential advisers discuss difficulties the new administration will face in affecting established policy.

Lew will focus on a range of public policy issues including international economics and fiscal and trade policy.

Founder of Internet companies including Gilt and Business Insider speaks with Dean Merit E. Janow about strategies for unleashing innovation.

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