Every year, the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy gives out grants to emerging scholars in order to “promote scholarship with a social policy application” and to “encourage projects that address contemporary issues in the social sciences”. Succeeding projects contain social policy applications on the local or global scale.
In 2018, we are happy to announce that two members of the IPRI team received this award. Marc Aidinoff’s project investigates how accessing networked computing is a crucial element of social policy. Meicen Sun examines the effect of Internet control on national competitiveness.
Congrats to Aidinoff, Sun, and all of the award recipients! Learn more about them here.