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Professor of Practice in Affiliation with the Schar School of Policy and GovernmentA seasoned executive and international consultant with more than 25 years of advocacy, business, and government relations experience, David Ramadan served two terms in the Virginia House of Delegates (2012-16). His finesse for cultivating relationships and working across the aisle has enabled him to advise political candidates for president, governor, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House.
Professor of Public PolicyDavid Rehr is a professor and director of the Center for Business Civic Engagement (cbce.gmu.edu) and cofounder of the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Initiative in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He teaches Advocacy, Nonprofit Leadership, and Understanding Special Interest Groups, and lectures on how technology can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the public sector.
Professor of Public Policy; Director, International Commerce and Policy ProgramAreas of Research: Economic Development, Economic Policy, International Development, International Economics, Latin America, Microeconomics, Political Economy, Trade Policy, Applied Trade Policy Analysis, Globalization, Basic Goods Provision
ProfessorAreas of Research: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy, Identity, International Relations, International Security, Naval Power and Strategy, Security Policy, United States, U.S. Politics and Institutions
Professor of Public PolicyAreas of Research: Collective Action, Comparative Politics, Complex Systems, Democratization, East Asia, Economic Development, Economic Policy, Emerging Asia, Entrepreneurship, Europe, Fiscal Policy and Budgeting, Foreign Policy, Global Development, International Development, International Economic Policy, International Economics, International Relations, Institutions, Political Economy, Public Management, Risk, South Asia, U.S. Global Engagement
Dean, Schar School of Policy and GovernmentAreas of Research: Elections, Federalism/State and Local Government, Public Law, U.S. Politics and Institutions, Presidency, Religion and Politics, Separation of Powers (U.S.)