Our school is defined by our evidence-based, data-driven approach to policy research across a unique grouping of disciplines, that inform collaborations across the university to address complex public policy and management problems and issues. Our research centers foster collaboration among world-class scholars whose complementary work generates new thinking and revealing insights into global policy issues. Our interdisciplinary collaborations through the Second Century Initiative and Next Generation Program provide additional avenues for research geared at addressing complex policy issues.
The Andrew Young School support staff help facilitate collaboration among world-class scholars whose complementary work generates new thinking and revealing insights into global policy issues.
We provide support through research administrator contacts, pre- and post-award resources, and can help connect you to other university resources and services.
The Andrew Young School maintains an open access repository of publications, working papers, reports and other scholarly products.
We encourage all faculty, staff and students to submit their research so it can be freely available to the public.
- Anchoring (in) the region: the dynamics of university-engaged urban development in Newark, NJ, USA
- Neighborhood Affordability and Housing Market Resilience
- University-led innovation in and for peripheral urban areas: new approaches in Naples, Italy and Newark, NJ, US
- The limits of university regionalism
- The Framing of Urban Sustainability Transformations
- Lost in the Park: Learning to Navigate the Unpredictability of Fieldwork
- The Cognitive, Affective, and Somatic Empathy Scales (CASES): Cross-Cultural Replication and Specificity to Different Forms of Aggression and Victimization
- Overestimating Self-Blame for Stressful Life Events and Adolescents’ Latent Trait Cortisol (LTC): The Moderating Role of Parental Warmth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
- To Control or Be Controlled: Predicting Types of Offending in a Corporate Environment Using Control-Balance Theory
- Early Adversity and Internalizing Symptoms in Adolescence: Mediation by Individual Differences in Latent Trait Cortisol
Developing the people and ideas for next generation public finance.
Provides evidence and reviews about cybersecurity policy and develops tools to prevent cyber-crime.
Promoting the development and application of economics and related academic disciplines as empirical social science.
A non-partisan academic think tank that leverages the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ public finance expertise to assist Georgia’s state and local policy-makers on questions of tax and economic policy.
Enhancing law enforcement executive development and international cooperation for the provision of better law enforcement services and public safety through the protection of civil rights.
Using data and science to help government improve existing policies, try out new ideas, and scale up promising initiatives to improve the lives of children.
Internationally-oriented research, academic programs and technical assistance and training activities for developing countries related to economics and fiscal policy analysis
Fostering collaborative research on the nonprofit sector within the academic community