Category Archive: PhD Public and Urban Policy

Summer and Fall 2014 Milano Course Schedules

Click here to view the Summer 2014 Milano Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view the Summer 2014 Language Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view the Fall 2014 Milano Course Schedule (PDF). Click here to view Fall 2014 GPIA Courses by Concentration (PDF).  Click here to view the Fall 2014 Parsons Courses of Interest to Milano Students (PDF). Please …

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Urban Policy Professor David Howell Blogs on Inequality

Director of Public and Urban Poilcy PhD program, David Howell, recently wrote three blog pieces about inequality for the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analys (SCEPA) is at The New School. Howell’s articles examine income distribution in the United States over the past few decades, and whether it is a question of inequality or opportunity.

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Spring 2014 Course Schedules

Click here to view the Spring 2014 Milano Course Schedule with Rooms (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 GPIA Courses by Concentration (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 Cardozo Courses Available to Milano Students (PDF). Please note that schedules are subject to change, the links above are to the most recent schedules available.

Faculty News: Professor David Howell in the NY Times


Professor of Economics and Public Policy, David Howell spoke about his draft paper for the Center for American Progress in a recent New York Times article, “Looking for Capitalism’s Tipping Point“. In the article Professor Howell speaks about the perceived correlation between economic grown and income inequality. Professor Howell directs the Doctoral Program in Public and Urban …

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E-Discussion on Post-2015 Development Agenda

Imagine the world you want in 2050. What changes will be necessary to put global development on the path to building a more just, equitable world? The United Nations system is working with governments and civil society to build on the momentum generated by the MDGs, and to design an ambitious post- 2015 development agenda …

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