Harris School of Public Policy alum David García-Junco discusses his career combatting poverty through the health and human capital sectors.
A new report demonstrates the connection between maternal and child education, finding that mothers’ literacy programs boost their children’s math scores and their own sense of empowerment.
Authors investigate how women’s bargaining power in the household can influence the success of public health interventions.
Policies to encourage economic clusters have benefits larger than the sum of their parts
As women in developing countries gain exposure to the labor market, their attitudes toward marriage, fertility, and professional development change.
Alan Freeman writes that the age of creation lies before us—if we can rediscover the lost art of investing in humans.