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The 2009 International Economic Development Program: Senegal

Jonathan Shepard, a second-year MPP student, created a documentary based on the 2009 IEDP program. In this short film, Shepard interviewed IEDP students and affiliated faculty, and included footage taken during the trip to Senegal. May, 2009.


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Margo Picken: Are the Khm...
Margo Picke, John Ciorciari and moderator Susan Waltz discuss the positive and negative effects of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge trials that began several...

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Ann Arbor 2014 Mayoral Ca...
The students of Ford School's Public Policy 456/756 class along with their instructor and current Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje host a mayoral candidat...

Thumbnail for: Elisabeth Gerber: Metropolitan areas, regionalism, and the politics of intergovernmental cooperation


Elisabeth Gerber: Metropo...
Elizabeth Gerber presents the 2014 Jack L. Walker, Jr. Lecture discussing intergovernmental cooperation and regionalism. April, 2014.

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Rebecca Blank: Inequality...
Rebecca Blank investigates the problem of rising economic inequality in the United States and the various options for addressing it. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Christina Romer: The aftermath of financial crises: It doesn't have to be that bad


Christina Romer: The afte...
Christina Romer examines financial crises of the past and explains implications for what Europe and other areas should do today, and for what policies...