Policy in Practice

The Estrogen Empire: Mayor Freeman-Wilson on Women in Politics

Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks candidly about underrepresentation of women in politics, what it really takes to run for office, and shares the best career advice she ever received.

Progress and Progressivism: Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on Governing Today’s American City

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed sits down to talk about being a pragmatic progressive and why that doesn’t have to be an oxymoron.

A Way Forward for the GOP: Beth Myers on Altering Perceptions of the Republican Party

Former Romney campaign manager Beth Myers shares her thoughts on the recent evolution of politics and the GOP.

The Business Roundtable: Viewpoints on US Economic Policy from America’s Leading Business Association

BRT President John Engler shares his views on the tax code, international trade, environmental regulations, and the Affordable Care Act.

Pakistan’s Economy: Fighting More than One War

Pakistan’s top economist, Dr. Mushtaq Khan, talks about the economy’s struggle with the war on terror, energy crisis, and fiscal mismanagement.

Policy Radio | Cook County Clerk David Orr on Promoting Voters Rights in Chicago and Beyond

This week, Julie Cooper talks with County Clerk David Orr about his work promoting voters’ rights, bringing modern technology to Cook County elections, and what is at stake in making voting more accessible and convenient for everyone.

Bridging Policy, Bridging Regions: America’s involvement in promoting democracy in the Middle East

Former Congressman Vin Weber discusses how policy practitioners link domestic debates with external issues.

Focus on Finance: A Changing of the Guard in Boston

Meredith Weenick discusses managing rising benefit obligations during a transition in leadership.

Human Capital and the Fight Against Poverty in Mexico

Harris School of Public Policy alum David García-Junco discusses his career combatting poverty through the health and human capital sectors.

Focus on Finance: Fort Worth’s Budget Balancing Act

Fort Worth’s Assistant City Manager Susan Alanis discusses the role that city personnel, elected officials, and state funding play in the City’s finances.

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