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  • Milano Urban and Environmental Policy

    Charles Allison
    (MBA, Harvard Business School)

    Ana Baptista: Environmental & climate justice, urban planning
    (PhD, Rutgers University)

    Alec Gershberg: Public Finance, Education and Social Policy, and International Development
    (PhD, University of Pennsylvania)

    Darrick Hamilton: racial and health disparities
    (PhD, University of North Carolina)

    David R. Howell: labor markets, inequality and social policy
    (PhD, The New School)

    Richard McGahey: urban economic development, inequality, and sustainability
    (PhD, The New School)

    Shagun Mehrotra: Infrastructure Economics, Climate Change, and Slums
    (PhD, Columbia University)

    Rachel Meltzer: urban economic development, housing and neighborhood change
    (PhD, New York University)

    Bryna Sanger: public sector management and policy analysis
    (PhD. Brandeis University)

    Alex F. Schwartz: housing and community development
    (PhD, Rutgers University)

    Lisa J. Servon: poverty and community development
    (PhD, University of California, Berkeley)

    Jeffrey Smith: Campaigns, advocacy, legislatures, race, prisons
    (PhD, Washington University)

    Milano Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA)

    Robert Buckley: urbanization and economic development
    (PhD, University of Kentucky)

    Michael Cohen: urban policy and economic development
    (PhD, University of Chicago)

    Stephen J. Collier
    (PhD, University of California, Berkeley)

    Sakiko Fukuda-Parr
    (MA, University of Sussex
    (UK))

    Margarita Gutman: urban futures and history, Latin America
    (PhD, University of Buenos Aires)

    Sean Jacobs: media, globalization, political culture, sports, Africa
    (PhD, University of London)

    Nina L. Khrushcheva: Russian politics, global media and culture
    (PhD, Princeton University)

    L.H.M. Ling: postcolonial-feminist theorizing, non-Western approaches to the world, Daoist dialogics, gender-as-analytic
    (PhD, MIT)

    Christopher London: political ecology, radical democracy, rural social change
    (PhD, Cornell University)

    Manjari Mahajan
    (PhD, Cornell University)

    Everita Silina: democratic theory, political economy, critical theory, genocide and ethnic conflicts
    (PhD, Syracuse University)

    Antina von Schnitzler: Infrastructure, neoliberalism, protest & social movements, postcoloniality, South Africa
    (PhD, Columbia University)

    Milano Management

    Robin Hayes: social justice; race, inequality and politics
    (Yale University)

    Martin Greller
    (PhD, Yale University)

    Michele Kahane
    (MBA and MIA, Columbia University)

    Erica Kohl-Arenas: philanthropy, social movements, poverty, and critical pedagogy
    (PhD, University of California, Berkeley)

    Mark Lipton: organizational change and leadership
    (PhD, University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

    Aida Rodriguez: nonprofit organizations
    (PhD, University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

    Nidhi Srinivas: Critical management, Postcolonial studies, NGOs
    (PhD, McGill University)

    Mary R. Watson: management and social policy
    (PhD, Vanderbilt University)

    Bachelors Program (Food and Environmental Studies)

    Timon McPhearson: Urban ecology, social-ecological systems, resilience
    (PhD, Rutgers University)

    Fabio Parasecoli: food studies, media, politics
    (Dr.Sc.Ag., Hohenheim University)

    Parsons School of Design

    Aseem Inam: urban transformation, comparative urbanism, informal urbanisms
    (PhD, University of Southern California)

    Brian McGrath: architecture, urban design, ecology and media
    (MArch, Princeton University)

    Miodrag Mitrasinovic
    (PhD, University of Florida-Gainesville)

    William Moorish
    (MArch, Harvard University)

    Carlos Teixeira: design strategies and open innovation
    (PhD, Illinois Institute of Technology)

    Jilly Traganou
    (PhD, University of Westminster)

    New School for Social Research

    Teresa Ghilarducci: Labor and aging economics
    (PhD, University of California – Berkeley)

    Terry Williams
    (PhD, City University of New York)

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