Thanks for following the work of Kennedy School scholars in the tumultuous year of 2020. These are the year’s 10 most viewed stories chronicling faculty research, insights, and solutions.
Historian and HKS Professor Alexander Keyssar shares insights from his new book “Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College?”
Harvard Kennedy School faculty suggest post-election policy recommendations and solutions for urgent problems facing the U.S. and the world.
From battling misinformation to prioritizing treatment, our experts address the critical and difficult roles the public sector must play in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Harvard Kennedy School faculty offer insights and solutions to the systemic racism that lies at the core of the nationwide unrest sparked by the killing of George Floyd last May.
In four integrated studies, researchers working find that sadness, more than other negative emotions, heightens craving to smoke and likelihood of relapse.
Maia Sandu MC/MPA 2010 surprised everyone but herself when she became prime minister. Then her government was toppled. Now she has been elected president.
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