Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs comprises more than 70 full-time faculty and more than 200 adjunct faculty, scholars, and practitioners. All have distinguished themselves in research and leadership in the policy world, and have produced scholarship in a wide variety of subjects, including international relations, democratization, elections, demography, and social policy.

March 2019|Ploughshares|Katie Shepherd
February 2019|Comparative Education Review|Sandra Sirota, Russell, S.G., Ahmed, A.K.

Human rights education in South Africa: Ideological shifts and curriculum reform (Forthcoming)

February 2019|Routledge|Tom Andrews, Nina Montgomery, Jorge Aguilar, Maryam Banikarim, Ila Byrne, Ryan Hunter, Corrie Conrad, Alexandra Dimiziani, Ambika Gautam Pai
February 2019|Lawfare|Dipali Mukhopadhyay
January 2019|Review of Economic Studies|Sandra E. Black, Marianne Bertrand, Sissel Jensen, Adriana Lleras-Muney

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Effect of Board Quotas on Female Labor Market Outcomes in Norway

January 2019|Cambridge University Press|Maria Victoria Murillo, Ernesto Calvo

Non-Policy Politics: Richer Voter, Poorer Voter, and the Diversification of Parties’ Electoral Strategies

January 2019|American Express|Susana Martínez-Restrepo
January 2019|Review of Economics and Statistics|Jeffrey Shrader, Matthew Gibson

Time Use and Labor Productivity: The Returns to Sleep (forthcoming)

December 2018|International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence |John Gentry

A New Form of Politicization? Has the CIA Become Institutionally Biased or Politicized

December 2018|The Wall Street Journal|William G. Rich

Let the Sun Shine In on the Art Business