Interim Dean, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public PolicyB.S., Case Western Reserve University; M.P.P. and Ph.D., Harvard University – Kennedy School of Government
- The Regulatory Process
- Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis
- The Federal Bureaucracy
- Regulatory Reform
- Policy Analysis
Stuart Shapiro was named Interim Dean, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, in January 2022. He joined Rutgers University in 2003. Prior to that, he received a PhD in Public Policy from Harvard University – Kennedy School of Government and worked at the Office of Management and Budget under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush.
Dr. Shapiro teaches classes in economics, public policy, and politics. He has written three books and published numerous articles in law reviews, political science journals, public administration journals, and several others. He writes op-eds for The Hill and occasionally other news sites and has been quoted in the popular press extensively.
- Cost Benefit Analysis
- Economics of Public Policy
Recent PublicationsView publications on Google Scholar
- 2017: Not Normal: A Progressive’s Diary of the First Year After Trump’s Election. CreateSpace Publishing (2017)
- 2016: Shapiro, Stuart. Analysis and Public Policy: Successes, Failures, and Directions for Reform. Edward Elgar Publishing
Chapters in Books or Monographs
- 2018: Frameworks and Best Practices in Cyber-Resilience of Systems and Networks (with Brianna Keys).
- 2018: Case Studies in the Classroom: Lessons Learned in Teaching Benefit-Cost Analysis. Scott Farrow (ed.) Edward Elgar Publishing (2018)
- 2015: Why Public Policy? In Public Policy and Administration for the Curious. Why Study Public Policy and Administration? Kishor Vaidya (ed)
The Curious Academic Publishing.
Articles in Refereed Journals
- 2020: Shaprio, S. 2020. OIRA’s Dual Role and the Future of Cost-Benefit Analysis. Environmental Law Reporter.
- 2018: The Burden of Voter Identification Laws: The Case of North Carolina in Thurgood Marshall Law Review (with Deanna Moran)
- 2018: Can Analysis of Policy Decisions Spur Participation? Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis (2018)
- 2018: Increasing the Impact of Policy Analysis – by Asking It to do Less Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (2018)
- 2017: Shapiro, S. (2017), Structure and Process: Examining the Interaction between Bureaucratic Organization and Analytical Requirements. Review of Policy Research. doi:10.1111/ropr.12245
- 2016: Shapiro, S. and Chris Carrigan. What’s Wrong With the Back of the Envelope: A Call for Simple (and Timely) Benefit-Cost Analysis Regulation and Governance 10:1. doi:10.1111/rego.12120
Articles in Non-refereed or General Journals
- 2018: Embracing Ossification in Regulation (Fall 2018)
- 2017: Foxes, Hedgehogs, and Regulators Regulation (Fall 2017)
- 2016: Shapiro, S., Borie-Holtz, D. and Markey, Ian (2016). “Regulatory Reform: Retrospective Review in Four States” Regulation. Vol. 39 No. 1, 32-35.