Join us on Monday, November 2, 2020, at 4 p.m. for a panel discussion about the electoral process regarding this election. Bush School experts will discuss what happens next if election night does not yield a clear winner of the 2020 presidential race.
Bush School News
Evaluating the effects of federal versus state and private policies is challenging because the land that remains in federal ownership tends to be more remote, rugged, and arid—making drilling more costly.
More than 200 children’s books and several monetary donations were collected by Bush School students last week and donated to Bryan’s Henderson Elementary School. Organized by the Bush School Ambassador’s Council, the project came about as students were forced to re-think what service would look like in the midst of a pandemic.
ISTPP researchers Dr. Xinsheng Liu and Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, along with ISTPP research follow, Dr. Youlang Zhang, have published their paper “Political Values and Life Satisfaction in China” in The China Quarterly. In this paper, the authors investigated the relationship between political values and life satisfaction of individual citizens governed under authoritarian regimes. Specifically, the […]
A group of 13 men, seven of whom are said to be affiliated with an extremist group called the Wolverine Watchmen, were arrested Thursday by federal and state officials in Michigan on terrorism, conspiracy and weapons charges.
Kendrick Kuo, the 2020-21 CGS Predoctoral Fellow, published the article “Military Innovation and Technological Determinism: British and US Ways of Carrier Warfare, 1919–1945” in the Journal of Global Security Studies. The central claim in the article is that theories of military innovation are often based on a form of technological determinism: an assumption that there is […]
On October 1, 2020, the Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy hosted a talk with Daniel Lederman, Deputy Chief Economist for the Middle East and North Africa at the World Bank. Lederman gave an insightful presentation on the dual shock of COVID-19 and the oil price collapse in the Middle East and North […]
Resilience has become an important concept in urban governance, but there is little understanding of the policies cities adopt to operationalize and build resilience. To address this gap, researchers from the Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy conducted a survey of the 101 largest cities in the U.S in 2019. The survey included questions […]
Dr. Celeste Ward Gventer, this year’s Postdoctoral Fellow at the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, was selected by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History as a Scholarly Fellow for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Gilder Lehrman Institute provides short-term research fellowships each year to enable scholars and graduate students to conduct research in New York-based archives. This year’s fellowships […]
Dr. Robbie Waters Robichau, Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Service and Administration at the Bush School, coauthored “Conducting and utilizing evaluation for multiple accountabilities: A study of nonprofit evaluation capacities” with Tara Kolar Bryan and Gabrielle E. L’Esperance in Nonprofit Management & Leadership – Wiley Online Library. The research paper was published August […]