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Taming inflation in the U.S.
Published Oct 11, 2023
Economist Laurence Ball discusses the Fed's next move and whether it can achieve the sought-after 'soft landing'
U.S. policy
More U.S. adults report wanting the government to play a larger role in society
Published Oct 30, 2020
More adults supported health, unemployment, and income-related policies in April 2020 than did in September 2019
Experts brief state legislators about health disparities during COVID-19
Published June 8, 2020
Beth Blauer, Sherita Hill Golden, and Deidra Crews join State Affairs team of Johns Hopkins Office of Government and Community Affairs for briefings
Data and government
Survey identifies a growing need to hire data analysts in government
Published Oct 11, 2019
Having more employees with credentials in data analytics will allow government agencies to more effectively act on the data they collect
Hopkins on the Hill
Demonstrating the importance of federal research funding
Published May 30, 2019
A public event in the House of Representatives will showcase federally-funded researchers from every part of JHU
Divided Nation
Navigating partisan waters
Published Jan 29, 2019
SNF Agora Institute sponsors roundtable with Maryland's Larry Hogan, New Hampshire's Chris Sununu, and Pennsylvania's Tom Wolf
Political science
Civic disengagement
Published Dec 14, 2018
Most Americans don't know much about how their state government operates or who represents them, survey finds
Hopkins on the Hill
The importance of federal research funding
Published June 12, 2017
At Washington D.C. event, researchers from across JHU showcase their work made possible by grants from federal agencies
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Putting faith in government with a little 'G'
Published March 9, 2017
Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra says the mechanisms of government can drive innovation, discovery
Oil changes
Published Jan 3, 2017
Executive order to limit offshore drilling in Arctic places Obama at odds with Trump's pro-oil promises, SAIS expert says