Carnegie Mellon University

Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty apply scientific findings and reasoning to problems in the political sphere in the Research Lab in International Relations and Politics.  An example is the policy-relevant study based on scientific research and reasoning, Renewing Globalization and Economic Growth in a Post-Crisis World: The Future of the G-20 Agenda, that accompanied the conference hosted by the Center for International Relations and Politics on the eve of the September 2009 G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh.  Read the full report.

 

CIRP Research Coordinator

Hillary Tanoff

Hillary Tanoff

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Managing Senior Research Associate

Emily Baddock

Emily Baddock

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