Dean Stuart Shapiro talks about the path to a career in health administration with Assistant Teaching Professor Jane Kaye on EJB Talks this week.
Stuart Shapiro returns for our 10th season of EJB Talks with alumnus Brandon McKoy MCRP '13, who was recently named the president of The Fund for New Jersey. An alumnus of the Bloustein School's urban planning program, Brandon talks about his recent career...
NJSPL – Addressing Energy Inequity in New Jersey: Recommendations for Effective Policy Implementation
This is a continuation of an earlier blog which discussed how low-income and minority populations are disproportionately affected by energy inequity, and examines what can be done in New Jersey to bridge this gap.
Public Informatics Program director Jim Samuel talks about his path to studying the Big Data phenomenon, the future of informatics and artificial intelligence, and what the arrival of Chat GPT means for society.
This literature review of the current childcare workforce in New Jersey provides a policy menu for the state and local government with recommendations for changes officials can make to better bolster the employment rate of childcare workers.
Every nine minutes, though, another person is added to the waiting list. While 169 million people in the United States were registered as donors as of 2021, not everyone who registers is able to donate. In fact, only three in 1,000 people die in a way that allows...
The team needed to work together to learn everything about the Child Tax Credit – how it works, its implementation, its flaws, its impacts – and then needed to put in hours of research, writing, and collaboration to develop the memo and video presentation.
Some of this rise should have been expected. Gas taxes, the relative value of the dollar, lower than usual supply, and higher than usual demand are some of the key factors.
A New Jersey State Policy Lab report on evidence-based policymaking and program evaluation in New Jersey compares evidence-based practices related to workforce development, addiction services, and recidivism in New Jersey to practices in other states.
One way to reduce oil price spikes when there is a supply crunch is to reduce demand. To reduce the demand by 29 million gallons per day across roughly 280 million US vehicles, this is only 0.1 gallons per day per vehicle.