On the Evidence interviewed Mathematica’s Matt Stagner about his upcoming APPAM presidential address, his work on child welfare, and his reflections on public policy research. This interview is part of a series of episodes produced by Mathematica in support of the APPAM conference in November.
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Expert Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Serving the Public Good
Embracing the Emotional Aspects of Public Policy ResearchOct 30, 2019J.B. Wogan
The Journey to Becoming Data DrivenOct 23, 2019Paul Decker
Too many conversations about the promise of using data to drive decisions lead with new steps, new requirements, new resource needs, and new expectations that are simply out of reach for too many. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Employee Ownership Is at the Heart of MathematicaOct 17, 2019David Roberts
Mathematica is proud to be 100 percent employee owned. Employee ownership is a critical component of who we are, and it shapes how we work together as colleagues.
Are Schools Creating Engaged Citizens? How Would We Know?Oct 15, 2019Brian Gill
In the 21st century, the civic purpose of public education is often overlooked in debates that tend to focus on education’s economic effects. But the civic purpose is arguably more important than it has ever been.
Insights to Improve Food Security in MalawiOct 01, 2019Kristen Velyvis
Senior Researcher Kristen Velyvis highlights the long-term impact of a program designed to improve nutrition and food security for more than 200,000 households with chronic food insecurity in southern Malawi.