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Center for Policy Research

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faculty experts of a range of disciplines


graduate students conducting research to address pressing issues


research areas connect faculty across departments and disciplines

Featured Event

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Syracuse-Chicago Webinar Series on Property Tax Administration and Design: Nicola Bianchi

Nicola Bianchi (Northwestern University) will discuss " The Effects of Fiscal Decentralization on Publicly Provided Services and Labor Markets."

Discussant: John Yinger (Syracuse University)

October 7, 2022 | 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. | EST Virtual


CPR Research Areas

Faculty in the Center for Policy Research (CPR) conduct a broad range of interdisciplinary research related to public policy in the following research areas:

  • Econometrics Methodology
  • Education
  • Energy and Environmental Policy
  • Health Studies
  • Public Finance
  • Social Welfare, Poverty and Income Security
  • Urban & Regional Studies
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Center for Policy Design and Governance

Integrating policy, political and computational sciences in research and instruction to help scientists, practitioners and future public service leaders understand and address future governance challenges.

Education Finance and Accountability Program

Empowering breakthrough research, scholarship and debate about fundamental policy issues in elementary and secondary education.

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion

Promoting population health research, education, and advocacy and community health promotion programming.

Maxwell X Lab

Partnering with the public and nonprofit sectors, the X Lab leverages behavioral science and randomized controlled trials to create cost-effective solutions to complex problems.

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CPR/Metro Alumni

The Center serves students, graduates and faculty for a lifetime and it's our pleasure to spread the word about the wonderful things going on in CPR and throughout the Maxwell School.

Alums—update us on what you’ve been up to, where you are employed and how your time in CPR impacted your life by filling out our Alumni Update form. We will gladly share your stories in our Connection Newsletter, a publication that shares news about the Center’s students, faculty, staff and alumni. Join us for the events and activities we have throughout the year and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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October 6, 2022

CPR Seminar Series: Pamela Herd

Eggers Hall, 060


October 13, 2022

CPR Seminar Series: Trevon Logan



Center for Policy Research
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