Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University, teaches politics and public policy in the Ph.D. Program in Public Administration and the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. At the Center for Global Change and Governance, he serves as the head of the research committee on comparative public policy and administration. His research interests include public policy analysis, environmental policy and administration, and democratic political theory and the state. Currently, he is working on a comparative study of environmental policy in Germany and the United States. He has taught and lectured in a variety of countries and is on the editorial boards of multiple academic journals, including Organization and Environment and the International Journal of Public Administration. Fischer is the winner of the 1999 Harold Lasswell Award of the Policy Studies Organization. His most recent book is Social Science in Public Policymaking (Oxford, 2001).
Best of Three Worlds: Mutual Enhancement of Corpora of Dramatic Texts
as author at 8th CLARIN Annual Conference, Leipzig 2019,
Scenario 2: Metropolitan Policy Making - Power and Rights
as author at MIT 11.969 Workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Dispute Resolution - Summer 2005,
together with: Archon Fung (coauthor), Marianella Sclavi (coauthor),