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Adlai E. Stevenson Professor and Professor of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: International relations theory, decision-making, security policy Robert Jervis is the Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University. Specializing in...
Professor of Economics and International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Tax policy, income and wealth inequality Wojciech Kopczuk is a professor at SIPA and the Department of Economics. Kopczuk's research focus is on issues related to tax policy and income...
Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs
Paul Lagunes obtained his PhD in Political Science from Yale University, and is an Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. His research on the...
Visiting Professor of International and Public Affairs
Visiting Professor of International and Public Affairs
Jack Lew was confirmed by the United States Senate on February 27, 2013 to serve as the 76th Secretary of the Treasury. He served in that position until January 20, 2017. Lew previously served as...
Director of International Organization and UN Studies Specialization, Lecturer of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Linguistics, peacekeeping operations, conflict assessment Elisabeth Lindenmayer is the Director of the International Organization and UN Studies Specialization at Columbia University's...
Arnold A. Saltzman Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Atrocity prevention, U.N. reform, international community responsibility Edward C. Luck ( MIA, 1972) joined Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs as the Arnold A...
Sami Mnaymneh Professor of Economics
Focus areas: Contracts, law, economics, labor economics W. Bentley MacLeod is Sami Mnaymneh Professor of Economics, Professor of International and Public Affairs, and an affiliated Law Faculty at...
Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Social impacts of globalization and development interventions, particularly gender-related impacts, as well as innovative and inclusive approaches to development planning Eugenia McGill...
Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Energy economics, competition in energy markets, regulation of energy markets, electricity markets, financial trading in electricity markets, industrial organization. Ignacia Mercadal is...
Professor of Middle Eastern, South Asian and Africa Studies and of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Modern Arab history and politics, the history of economic knowledge, energy politics and world history Timothy Mitchell holds a joint appointment at SIPA and Columbia University's...
Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs
Tamar Mitts is a political scientist who uses data science and machine learning to examine the dynamics of conflict and political violence, with a focus on the causes and consequences of...
Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: International security, modern state formation in conflict and post-conflict settings, the role of warlords in the state building project in post-2001 Afghanistan Dipali Mukhopadhyay...
Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Political sustainability of the commodity boom, linkages between parties and richer and poorer voters, the economic determinants of electoral volatility in Latin America, legislators and...
Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences and of International and Public Affairs
Focus areas: The role of natural disasters in reducing or enhancing development opportunities for poor and emerging societies John Mutter 's research focuses on the role of natural disasters in...
Associate Professor of International and Public Affairs and Economics
Focus areas: Economic effects of political transitions, economic history of slavery and labor institutions, international migration, economic applications of natural language processing Suresh Naidu...
Alliance Visiting Professor
Olivier Nay is the Alliance Visiting Professor at SIPA. He has worked at UNESCO as a Principal Advisor in the fields of HIV/AIDS and education. He supported the UNESCO Executive Director during his...
David N. Dinkins Professor of Professional Practice in Urban and Public Affairs
Focus areas: Cities, ethical and transparent government, politics, development of effective national urban policy After serving almost 15 years in the Philadelphia City Council, Michael A. Nutter was...

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