Annual Report Highlights ITPIR’s Research Projects, Campus Programming and Future Direction

2012-13 Annual ReportThe 2012-13 Annual Report, highlights the accomplishments and promise of the seven scholarly projects housed at the Institute:

  • AidData
  • Project on International Peace and Security – PIPS
  • Reform Incentives Project – RI
  • Teaching, Research and International Policy – TRIP
  • Violent Intranational Conflict and Terrorism – VIPCAT
  • Project on the Environment, Food and Conflict – ENFOCO
  • Persistent Institutional Development Survey – PIDS

These ITPIR projects produce innovative and widely-used data and analyses that contribute to contemporary international debate, policy and practice as they:

 •          Engage a global network of scholars and policymakers;

•          Produce policy-relevant scholarship;

•          Develop innovative data sets; and

•          Catalyze student-faculty research partnerships.

 In the words of Directors Michael Tierney and Sue Peterson, “At the Institute we work to influence policy today and mentor the leaders of tomorrow.”