Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

A cost-benefit analysis by La Follette School students is cited several times in a health impact assessment of the predicted results of increased funds for treatment alternative and diversion programs, which include drug and alcohol treatment courts, day reporting centers, and mental health treatment courts.

La Follette School students shared their analysis of the costs and benefits for four municipalities to merge their fire departments and emergency medical services with officials in a December 17 presentation.

Saturday, 08 December 2012 02:27

The Atlantic features Nemet's energy analysis

Professor  Greg Nemet's research and analysis about cost reductions in energy technology  are featured in a column by The Atlantic senior editor Alexis Madrigal.
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 06:53

Women invited to apply for leadership seminar

Women interested in advancing their skills in management, networking and leadership are encouraged to apply for Wisconsin's premier women's leadership seminar.
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 08:48

Wisconsin Idea anniversary shirts for sale

Shirts marking the 100th official birthday of the Wisconsin Idea are available from the La Follette School Student Association.
Wednesday, 10 October 2012 11:49

News from faculty and staff

Updates from staff and faculty of the La Follette School.
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 10:43

Faculty, alumni share research at conference

La Follette School faculty and alumni are off to the fall research conference of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management November 8-12 in Baltimore to present research on child support, health insurance, school vouchers and more.

Second-year student Tawsif Anam shared information with Wisconsin lawmakers about federal regulations related to the treatment of vulnerable adults diagnosed with dementia.

Attempts to improve the performance of federal programs haven't been as effective as they could be, according to a Brookings Institution report conducted by Donald Moynihan and Stéphane Lavertu.
Property owners are less likely to be late with their tax payments if they make three installment payments a year instead of two, according to a new analysis from the La Follette School of Public Affairs.
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