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Robert Stavins op-ed in The New York Times, Climate Realities (9/20)
Varad Pande's op-ed in The New York Times, How to Prioritize U.N. Goals (9/10)
John Ruggie's op-ed for the Institute for Human Rights and Business, Quo Vadis? Unsolicited Advice to Business and Human Rights Treaty Sponsors (9/9)
Lawrence Summers' op-ed in The Washington Post, Supply issues could hamper the U.S. economy (9/7)
Calestous Juma's op-ed at Aljazeera, Reinventing Africa's universities (9/5)
Linda Bilmes' op-ed at CNN.com, Can the U.S. afford another $3 trillion war? (8/27)
Lawrence Summers interviewed by the Boston Globe (8/23)
Joseph Aldy interviewed by The Washington Post, Why the job market actually improved after the BP oil spill (8/22)
Upcoming seminars include:
Sept. 22: EPA's Changing Clean Power Plan; Judy Chang, The Brattle Group. 12-1:30, Bell.
Sept. 24: Fall student reception. 3-4pm, Nye BC.
Sept. 25: Debt, Pension and Retiree Health Care Costs; Michael Cembalest, JP Morgan. 11:45-1, Bell.
Oct. 1: Moving Up the Energy Ladder, Rema Hanna, Harvard. 4:10-5:30, L-382.
Oct. 2: Making Markets Work Better: Student Experiences in Regulatory Policy. 11:45-1, Fainsod.
Oct. 6: Legal and Policy Perspectives on EPA's Proposed Clean Power Plan. 12-1:30, Bell.
Click above to watch M-RCBG Director Lawrence Summers discuss his current research priorities.
Lawrence Summers' chapter in the new ebook, Secular Stagnation: Facts, Causes and Cures
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