Faculty & Staff Directory

Christine Mahoney

Christine
Mahoney

Professor of Public Policy and Politics, Director of Social Entrepreneurship at UVA

Garrett Hall L020C

Christine Mahoney is professor of public policy and politics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, Director of Social Entrepreneurship at UVA, and Director of the Virginia Impact Investing Forum at the Center for Social Innovation at the University of Virginia. She studies social justice advocacy, activism and direct action through social entrepreneurship.

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Paul Martin

Paul
S.
Martin

Associate Professor of Public Policy

Garrett Hall L037

Paul Martin is an associate professor at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Martin studies how and when political elites respond to the preferences of ordinary people; political participation and advocacy, how and when citizens become involved in the policy process; on the role of mass media; and on the origins and consequences of social capital .

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Isaac Mbiti

Isaac
Mbiti

Associate Professor of Public Policy and Economics

Isaac M. Mbiti is an associate professor of public policy and economics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. His research has focused broadly on African economic development with particular interests in examining the role of education policies such as free primary education and teacher performance pay programs. Mbiti's ongoing research projects in East and West Africa evaluate various policies that aim to improve the livelihoods of African youth through training programs.

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Bala Mulloth

Bala
Mulloth

Assistant Professor of Public Policy

Garrett Hall L020A

Bala Mulloth is an assistant professor at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Mulloth is a globally oriented educator and entrepreneur and his work focuses on innovation and social entrepreneurship.

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Noah Myung

Noah
Myung

Associate Professor of Public Policy

Noah Myung is an associate professor of public policy at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. He is an experimental and behavioral economist with research interests in game theory, organizational economics, and financial economics. Myung's current research deals with equilibrium selection in coordination games as well as information sharing between competitors

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