Department of Public Policy
The Department of Public Policy (DPP) is a multidisciplinary institution focused on the study of global public policy issues both in theory and in practice. Through excellence in teaching and research, DPP aims to create an educational experience that involves not only the acquisition of skills and knowledge but also the cultivation of a mindset that emphasizes entrepreneurship, innovation, cultural awareness and commitment to the public good.
Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III
Policy Talks Series- Establishing a culture of sustainability: The contribution of behavioral economics
Priv.-Doz Dr. Katharina Gangl
Policy Talks Series: "How do international organizations shape norms and behaviors of national administrations?"
Mihaly Fazekas (Moderator), Jesper Johnson, Agnes Batory
Faculty Research Seminars- "When parties become movements: the movement-ization of established party organizations in Austria, Germany, and the UK"
Evelyne Hübscher (Chair) -DPP Professor, Orsi Feher -PsyCare, Thomas Jirku -Vienna Club Commission, Steve Mueller -CheckIt!, Jacob Chagnon -DPP Alumnus
Faculty Research Seminars- "Policy Misperceptions, Information, and the Demand for Redistributive Tax Reform: Experimental Evidence from Latin American Countries"
Ayse Caglar, Anna Lazareva, Volha Biziukova, Ruslana Koziienko
Faculty Research Seminars- "Translating The Vision of Negotiating The Role Of Culture In The European Union's Foreign Policy"
DPP Evidence-Based Policymaking Seminar (EBPM): The Refugee's Dilemma: Evidence from Jewish Outmigration in Nazi Germany
DPP Evidence-Based Policymaking Seminar (EBPM): The Adoption and Diffusion of International Economic Policy: The Case of Foreign Investment Screening
Jacopo Resti (PhD Student, DPP)
DPP Research Seminar: From the Street to the Ballot Box? The BLM Protest Movement and Voting in U.S. Federal Elections
DPP Research Seminar: China and India: Competition of Alternative Institutional Models for Economic Growth and Societal Developments
Mihaly Fazekas, Dominik Brenner
DPP Evidence-Based Policymaking Seminar (EBPM): Heroes and Villains: The Effects of Heroism on Autocratic Values and Nazi Collaboration in France
“Holding Together: The Hijacking of Rights in America and How to Reclaim Them for Everyone” | A Book Launch and Discussion with John Shattuck
John Shattuck, Shalini Randeria, Martin Kahanec
Evidence-Based Policymaking Seminar (EBPM): Redistribution, Voting and Clientelism: Evidence from the Italian Land Reform