The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise exemplifies an emerging model of use-inspired research by carrying out and mobilizing cutting-edge university research to address important social concerns. The Institute is focused on 'the public enterprise'—governments and other organizations in service to society—and at the same time seeks to be 'enterprising' in identifying and implementing new approaches to improving the effectiveness of public policies and programs. The Institute promotes an exemplary model of use-inspired research.
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Submissions from 2014

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2014 Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar: A Lot On Our Plate; Chronic Health Threats in Massachusetts, Ira S. Ockene M.D., Christina D. Economos Ph.D, Barbara Goldoftas Ph.D, Denise A. Hines Ph.D., Caitlin Alcorn, Jacqueline A. Daigneault, Jordan R. Daley, Maura A. Flanagan, Carsten-Hendrik Rasche, Heather Rios, Julia Tran, and Liam Kelly Fleming

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A Critical Corporate Profile of Li & Fung, Robert J.S. Ross, Dana Patterson, Brendon Yadegari, and Chris Wegemer

Submissions from 2013

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Every Picture Tells a Story: The 2010 Round of Congressional Redistricting in New England, Robert G. Boatright, James R. Gomes, Diana Evans, John Baughman, Nicholas M. Giner, Dante J. Scala, Amelia Najjar, and Nicholas Rossi

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2013 Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar: Youth at Risk, Part 2, Denise A. Hines, Fern L. Johnson, Donna Haig Friedman, and Deborah A. Frank

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The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise Five Year Report, Mosakowski Institute

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Data Dashboards for the Massachusetts Working Cities, Mosakowski Institute, James R. Gomes, Laura Faulkner, and Joseph Krahe

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Mental Health and Gun Control Briefing Report, Harris Rollinger

Submissions from 2012

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Public, Private and University Collaboration: Applying a Retrospective Study of the Central Massachusetts Bio-Medical Cluster, Cluster Project Summary for Mosakowski Institute, Mary-Ellen Boyle

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Yes We Can?? American Politics and Climate Change in 2012, Jim Gomes

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Youth at Risk: Part 1, 2012 Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar, Lisa M. Jones, Ramon Borges-Mendez, Janis Wolak, Denise A. Hines, Michelle E. Collett, Lillian Denhardt, Lindsay A. Evans, Rashmi Nair, and Stephanie L. Nguyen

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Science and Democracy in Turmoil: The Fracturing of a Great American Relationship, Kevin Knobloch

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Can OBAMA win Re-election? Demographics vs. Economics in the 2012 Election, Ruy Texeira

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Designing a Liberal Arts Curriculum that Develops the Capacity for Effective Practice, Diana Chapman Walsh

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Bioremediation with White-Rot Fungi at Fisherville Mill: Analyses of Gene Expression and Number 6 Fuel Oil Degradation, Darcy Young, MA

Submissions from 2011

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Public hearing of the Massachusetts Legislature's Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Clark University

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"From Dartboards to Dashboards: The Imperative of using Data to Improve Student Achievement", Aimee Guidera

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Investing in Community Colleges of the Commonwealth: A Review of Funding Streams, Michelle LaPointe, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Chmielewski

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Men at risk The Physical, Mental and Social Health of Men in Massachusetts, James R. Mahalik, Michael E. Addis, Emily E. Douglas, Denise A. HInes, and Christopher S. Reigeluth

Submissions from 2010

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Individuals with Disabilities: The Next Civil Rights Movement, Clark University

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The Great Recession and Its Impact on Families, Clark University

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Worcester Public School Funding, Jim Gomes and S. Kofi Ampaabeng

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The Great Recession and its Impact on Families, Denise A. Hines, Robert J.S. Ross, Deborah Connolly Youngblood, and Laura Faulkner

Survey:, Ravi K. Perry, Paris F. Prince, Lauren Hansen, and Eric Cochrane

Submissions from 2009

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Liberal Education, Effective Practice, and Diversity, Armando Bengochea, George Kuh, and Steve Stemler

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Effective Practice and Experiential Education, Janet Eyler