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Calestous Juma's op-ed in the African Review, Africa can still learn lessons from Lee Kuan Yew's work (3/25)
Jeffrey Frankel's op-ed in the Korea Herald, Will Fed Tightening Choke Emerging Markets? (3/23)
Jeffrey Frankel's op-ed in The New York Times, A Strong Dollar is a Sign of a Strong Economy (3/23)
Jane Nelson's article in SUSTAIN, Delivering Shared Prosperity (3/13)
Linda Bilmes' op-ed in The Boston Globe, What are we willing to sacrifice in war on ISIS? (3/11)
Robert Stavins' op-ed in The Conversation, The UN’s climate change body looks inward to move ahead (3/9)
Upcoming seminars include:
Mar. 27. A New Perspective on the Patent System; F.M. Scherer, HKS. 11:45-1, Fainsod
Mar. 30. Managing Arctic Resources; William Moomaw, Tufts. 12-1:30, Bell.
Apr. 6. Sino-Russian Cooperation in Natural Gas; Morena Skalamera, Geopolitics of Energy Project. 12-1:30, Bell.
Apr. 8. Automatically Green; Cass Sunstein, Harvard. 4:10-5:30, L-382
Apr. 9. Lessons from the Financial Crisis; Lewis B. Kaden, M-RCBG. 11:45-1, Bell.
Apr. 13. New York's 'Reforming the Energy Vision' Initiative; Audrey Zibelman, NY State Public Service Commission. 12-1:30, Bell.
Apr. 14. The Integration of the International Energy Market in the European Union; Alberto Pototschnig, European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators. 12-1:15, Bell.
Apr. 23. A Critical Comparison of Regulatory Regimes for Offshore Oil and Gas in the U.S., U.K., and Norway; Lori Bennear, Duke. 11:45-1, Bell.
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Lawrence Summers' chapter in the new ebook, Secular Stagnation: Facts, Causes and Cures
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