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Faculty Profiles

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Rockefeller College faculty members are recognized as experts in their fields both nationally and internationally. Through their research, stewardship, willingness to foster dialogue, Rockefeller College has become not just a marketplace for ideas, but also marketplace solutions - nurturing the next generation of leaders, at the same times it answers the most pressing problems facing us today.


Mitchel Abolafia asks "Can Speculative Bubbles Be Managed?"

Effective policymaking is practical, skeptical, and open to continuous learning. I will argue that this faith in the judgment of the market underlies the Federal Reserve’s role in inflating the bubble economy and its reluctance to restrain it.


Professor Weiss Queries Southeast Asian Politics

For Professor Weiss, anything that one would want to study can be effectively studied in the states of Southeast Asia -- a dream for a field researcher.


Rockefeller College makes strides in Homeland Security

Rockefeller researchers in the Project on Violent Conflict (PVC) have brought the study of terrorism and counterinsurgency strategy in new, innovative directions. 


Weinberg takes an Economic Approach to Healthcare

In 2008, Stephen E. Weinberg joined Rockefeller College as assistant professor in the department of public administration and policy. He describes himself as an economist whose research focuses on what happens as the microeconomics of government policy, health, and psychology intersect.


Koslowski is Working Toward a Global Mobility Regime

What do 82 specialty workers from Azerbaijan, 416 athletes, entertainers, and artists from Honduras, and 93 students from Bhutan have in common? These visitors from around the globe were a small part of the 39 million international travelers who came to the United States in 2008.


Novkov Examines History of Interracial Marriage Laws in Alabama

Professor Novkov’s book, Racial Union: Law, Intimacy, and the White State in Alabama (University of Michigan Press, 2008) recently was picked to receive the 2009 Ralph Bunche Award, given for the best scholarly work in political science that explores the phenomenon of ethnic and cultural pluralism.