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Patrick J. Murphy
Director of Research and Senior Fellow
(415) 291-4455
K-12 education, higher education, budget and tax policy
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Patrick Murphy is director of research and a senior fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California, where he holds the Thomas C. Sutton Chair in Policy Research. He is also a member of the PPIC Higher Education Center team. As research director, he coordinates and directs the policy work of more than 25 researchers. His own research focuses on financing and management in both K–12 and higher education. He is an adjunct professor of politics at the University of San Francisco, where he served as the director of the McCarthy Center for Public Service. His work has been published by PPIC, the Center for American Progress, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, the Center on Reinventing Public Education, the Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education, and RAND. Previously, he worked for RAND and at the Office of Management and Budget in Washington, DC. He holds a PhD from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a master’s of public affairs from the University of Texas–Austin.
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Other Selected Publications

Murphy, Patrick. "Help Wanted: Flexibility for Innovative State Education Agencies.” Center for American Progress and The Broad Foundation – Education (2014).

Murphy, Patrick, and Elliot Regenstein. "Putting a Price Tag on the Common Core: How Much Will Smart Implementation Cost?." Thomas B. Fordham Institute (2012).

Jochim, Ashley, and Patrick Murphy. "The capacity challenge: What it takes for state education agencies to support school improvement." Center on Reinventing Public Education (2013).