Dr. Douglas Holtz-Eakin, the 6th Director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and the President of the American Action Forum, will speak to the Bush School of Government and Public Service about the economic outlook for 2021. The event is an installment of the Conversations in Public Policy series hosted by the Mosbacher Institute.
Bush School News
Happy Veterans Day! At its core, today is about service. All of you are remarkable examples of that! Many of you wore our nation’s cloth, and this day specifically celebrates you.
Director of ISTPP, Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, and ISTPP Research Fellows, Dr. Berke, Dr. Hannibal, Dr. Mostafavi, and Dr. Woodruff, have recently been published in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. In their article, “Institutional Congruence for Resilience Management in Interdependent Infrastructure Systems,” the authors evaluate the congruence of, or agreement across, institutional coordination, planning, […]
Matthew Miller began working on his Executive Master of Public Service & Administration (EMPSA) degree as a member of the charter class in summer 2016 when the program began. It was not his first time as a student of the Bush School of Government & Public Service.
Dean Mark Welsh has announced that Dr. Frank Ashley has been selected as one of four outstanding educators to be inducted into the University of Alabama’s College of Education Hall of Fame in 2021.
The Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service will host the 6th Annual Texas Women, Peace, and Security Symposium on Friday, November 20, 2020, from 8:30 AM to 1 PM.
ISTPP Research Scientist Xinsheng Liu has published the research article “Social Capital, Carbon Dependency, and Public Response to Climate Change in 22 European Countries” in Environmental Science and Policy. In this article, Dr. Liu and his coauthors, Drs. Feng Hao and Jay L. Michaels, theoretically and empirically examine the impacts of personal social capital and […]
Dr. Mohammad Tabaar, Associate Professor in the Department of International Affairs at the Bush School and CGS faculty affiliate, recently published the article “No Matter Who Is U.S. President, Iran Will Drive a Harder Bargain Than Before: Washington Doesn’t Have the Leverage It Imagines” in Foreign Affairs. Tabaar notes that despite escalations on both sides since the […]
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.
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.