Read about the incoming state, county, and city leaders from across the country who will participate in the Taubman Center’s annual Transition Term.
Rodrick Miller, one of the nation’s foremost economic development leaders, has been named a visiting fellow at the Taubman Center.
Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval made history in November 2021 as the first Asian American to be elected to lead his city. When it came time to put together his transition team, he turned to the Taubman Center's Transition Term for help.
Autonomous Delivery Vehicles: Why You Should Care & What You Should Do explores the current landscape of Autonomous Delivery Vehicle offerings, their impact on urban mobility, and a path for policymakers to tap the benefits and minimize the risks of this new technology.
The Rappaport Institute is analyzing the impact of Chelsea Eats, a guaranteed income pilot program launched by the City of Chelsea in September 2020 to support Chelsea residents during the COVID-19 crisis.
This publication from Taubman Center Affiliated Faculty Mark Fagan and Stanford's Dr. Lance Eliot is a resource for policymakers as they craft and implement policies in the fast-moving field of autonomous vehicles.
This policy brief from the Government Performance Lab outlines key insights to help communities develop pathways that identify individuals in need of mental or behavioral health support and divert them from jail or emergency rooms to an appropriate healthcare center.
Transition Term embeds HKS students in the offices of newly-elected mayors, governors, and county officials during January Term to help these officials accelerate key initiatives as they shift from campaigning to governing.
This monthly non-credit seminar for HKS students convenes leading economic development thinkers and doers from around the country to engage on state, county, and city best practices and shared challenges.
Student-led, Taubman Center supported treks allow HKS students to meet state and local leaders in cities and towns across the country and explore how these communities approach policymaking.
We connect state and local governments with students as part of a Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE), the capstone experience for HKS's MPP curriculum. PAE students are also eligible for the Taubman Urban Prize.
HELPING SPREAD & IMPLEMENT SOLUTIONS
State and local governments need support in order to make progress addressing issues such as homelessness, child poverty, criminal recidivism, and more. At the Taubman Center, we work with state and local leaders to help share best practices, spread ideas, and implement solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our nation.