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Carmen Reinhart's op-ed in The New York Times, That Brexit Is Even a Possibility Undercuts Globalization (6/20)
Sheila Jasanoff's interview with The University of Melbourne's Up Close, Twin Engines of Truth? How science and law interact to construct our world (6/17)
Calestous Juma's op-ed at the World Economic Forum, Scientists can create malaria-proof mosquitoes--but is the world ready? (6/10)
Peter Sands' article in The New England Journal of Medicine, Beyond the Ebola Battle--Winning the War against Future Epidemics (6/8)
Calestous Juma's op-ed at Eyewitness News , Why our stereotypes of African Agriculture are all wrong (6/5)
Lawrence Summers' op-ed in the Financial Times, The economic consequences of a Trump win would be severe (6/5)
M-RCBG senior fellow Peter Sands' co-authored paper in The Lancet, Assessment of economic vulnerability to infectious disease crises (6/4)
M-RCBG senior fellow Todd Baker's op-ed in American Banker, High-Cost Credit Better than No Credit? Not Necessarily (5/31)
Carmen Reinhart's op-ed in The New Times, Argentina's eternal debt problem (5/31)
Events will resume in the fall. In the meantime, please listen to some of our recent seminar podcasts:
Homeland Security in the Global Age; Alan Bersin, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Transforming New York City's Economy; Robert Steel, Former New York City Deputy Mayor for Economic Development
OSHA: Job Killer or Stopping Jobs that Kill? David Levine, University of California Berkeley
Retiree Healthcare: The Elephant in the Room; Robert Pozen, MIT
What Really Caused the World's Worst Financial Crisis and Why It Could Happen Again; Peter Wallison, American Enterprise Institute
Let There Be Water: Israel's Solution for a Water-Starved World; Seth M. Siegel, Author
CSRI report (April 2016): “For the Game. For the World.” FIFA and Human Rights.
SSP Co-Director William Clark has published a new book: Pursuing Sustainability: A Guide to the Science and Practice.
Visit M-RCBG's Growthpolicy.org to search through scholarly research from Harvard.
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