Anat Gofen

Social sciences aim at generalizations,
public policy is all about
outliers

Eugene Bardach

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I am an associate professor at the Federmann School of Public Policy and Governance at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

My research develops Outlier-ism as a research orientation concentrating on outliers to  improve policymaking and promote public well-being

My teaching is inspired by two famous insights of Kurt Lewin: “Nothing is as practical as a good theory,” and “the best way to understand something is to try to change it”