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SIPA, London School of Economics Team Up to Create Dual Degree Program

The School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are developing a master of public administration dual degree program, combining rigorous academic education with practical experience in solving real-world problems. The announcement included a roundtable discussion on privatization, the environment and immigration, featuring SIPA and LSE faculty.

Part I

Lisa Anderson

Judith Rees

SIPA's Lisa Anderson and LSE's Judith Reese Announce Columbia/LSE Dual MPA Program
This is a novel initiative for both institutions, that links two of the word's most distinguished social science and public policy schools in a joint endeavor, says SIPA Dean Lisa Anderson.

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Part II

Alex Pfaff

Charles Cameron

Eiko Thielemann

Elliot Sclar

Patrick Dunleavy

Rodolfo DeLaGarza

Columbia and LSE Faculty Discuss Public Policy Issues Including Privatization, Immigration
Elliot Sclar, director of the urban planning program at Columbia joins Patrick Dunleavy, political science and public policy professor at LSE, to discuss privatization. Rodolfo DeLaGarza , director of the public policy clinic at SIPA, and Eiko Thielemann, LSE lecturer and expert on European politics discuss immigration issues. Alex Pfaff, associate professor of economics at international affairs at SIPA discusses sustainable development. SIPA's Charles Cameron moderates.

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Shot: Sep 17, 2002
Published: Oct 02, 2002
Last modified:Oct 02, 2002