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|Young, Kelly||LBJ School of Public Affairs||All things Urban--community and civic engagement; sustainability in urban planning, housing, energy, transportation; innovation and technology in cities and government etc.|
|Wong, Patrick||LBJ School of Public Affairs||social policy, family and child welfare, income support policy; research methods and statistics; poverty issues, homelessness, housing, and community development; and coordination of social …|
|Wilson, Robert||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Professor Wilson's research interests include urban and regional economic development policy, local governance, technology and telecommunications policy, and public policy in Brazil|
|West, Sasha||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Writing|
|Weaver, Catherine||LBJ School of Public Affairs||* Global Governance * International Monetary Fund * World Bank * Economics * Globalization and International Affairs * International Relations|
|Ward, Peter||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs; Sociology||Mexican Politics and Urban Administration; Housing and Land Development in Third World Countries; Local Leadership; Poverty; Built Environment and Housing; Planning|
|Von Hippel, Paul||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Education; Obesity; Banking; and Fraud|
|Treisman, Philip||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Mathematics||Mathematical Education and Policy|
|Suri, Jeremi||LBJ School of Public Affairs||The formation and spread of nation-states; the emergence of modern international relations; the connections between foreign policy and domestic politics; the rise of knowledge institutions as global …|
|Stolp, Chandler||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Stolp's research focuses on western hemispheric economic integration, regional economics, and public sector productivity. Professor Stolp chaired a state task force in the early 1990s on the …|