The Duke Center for International Development and the Sanford School of Public Policy partnered with the Society of Policy Scientists to host the 2022 Policy Scientists Annual Institute on November 17-19. The conference took place on Duke’s campus in Durham, NC.
The Duke Center for International Development and the Sanford School of Public Policy partnered with the Society of Policy Scientists to host the 2022 Policy Scientists Annual Institute on November 17-19.
The conference aims to advance knowledge and practice in the policy sciences in the service of human dignity for all. Conference participants presented research and reports on their findings across a diverse array of policy areas. Attendees also participated in a training on the nuances of the policy sciences approach and given the opportunity to reach out to others interested in the policy sciences as a prominent approach to policy analysis and action.
Topics for this year’s Annual Institute included policy challenges related to global food insecurity, minoritized and indigenous communities, climate finance, and environmental justice.
Take a moment to explore some of the exciting presentations from researchers and professors on the latest policy findings. Select presenters have made their presentations and/or papers available for public consumption (click to view the presentations in the table below).
The 2022 Policy Scientists Annual Institute was designed and led by a steering committee comprised of researchers and faculty from different institutions. Meet this year’s steering committee members.
Professor of the Practice of Public Policy, DCID
Professor of Political Science & Director, DCID
Donald C. McKenna Professor of Government and Economics, Claremont McKenna College
The 2022 Annual Institute Migration is supported through the generosity of Sanford School of Public Policy’s Office of the Dean.
Duke Center for International Development
Sanford School of Public Policy
Duke Box 90237
201 Science Dr, Durham, NC 27708