Archive for the ‘Research Center’ Category
The Safe Communities Institute (SCI) at the USC Price School of Public Policy engages in research, interdisciplinary education, and collaboration to advance sustainable “whole-of-community” public safety and violence prevention strategies, policies, and programs.
The California Civic Engagement Project at USC conducts research to inform policy and on-the-ground efforts for a more engaged and representative democracy, improving the social and economic quality of life in communities.
The Center aims to enhance the scholarship and education of decision analysis and increase sensitivity towards ethical considerations in academia, industry, government, and society.
The USC Center for Sustainable Cities conducts multidisciplinary research, education and planning and policy outreach efforts on the environmental, social and economic sustainability challenges facing metropolitan regions, and contributes to the development of public policy and planning that improves the natural and human environment of cities.
Schaeffer Center aims to promote health and value in health care delivery through innovative research and policy in the United States and internationally. The center brings together policy experts and health economists from the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy and the School of Pharmacy.
The Institute focuses on the responsibility of leaders to implement policies that most benefit the people they serve. Its five priority areas: education, energy and environment, fiscal and economic policy, health and human wellness, and political reform.
The Center for Economic Development assists local economic development organizations by providing technical assistance and training services for organizations to help develop community capacity.
Affiliated with both USC Price and the USC Marshall School of Business, the USC Lusk Center conducts a broad array of research activities, conferences, forums, published reports, and educational programs. Established in the early 1980s, the center addresses issues and opportunities in real estate, development, planning, infrastructure, and finance in the new arena where public, private, and nonprofit interests converge. The Lusk Center also houses the Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast.
The Bedrosian Center fosters effective governance by: building the capacity of public and nonprofit institutions; shaping public dialogue across public, private, and nonprofit sectors; and promoting and supporting innovative scholarship.