Accomplishments

The goal of the M-RCBG senior fellows program is to bring senior practitioners from business and government to HKS to complete significant writing projects: peer-reviewed journal articles and books.  In addition, senior fellows enrich the HKS student experience by offering study groups.

M-RCBG reorganized its fellows program in 2011. It established a fellows selection committee comprised of senior faculty and chaired by Richard Zeckhauser, Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Political Economy.  Below is a partial listing of senior fellow accomplishments since the program’s reorganization:

Timothy Christian (senior fellow 2011-2013)
Faculty sponsor:  Amitabh Chandra, Professor of Public Policy

Dr. Christian published several papers on strategies for controlling health care costs and offered the study group, “The Global Interface of Medicine, Business, and Government” in the spring of 2012 and 2013. 
Publications and presentations included:
• Christian TF, Rakover J, Chandra, A. The Increasing Prevalence of Normal Imaging Results in Patients with Suspected Coronary Artery Disease. Submitted, Annals of Internal Medicine.
• Christian TF.  Controlling Healthcare Spending on Medical Imaging and the Art of Probability. Being revised for publication.
• Christian TF.  The Shifting Tides of Coronary Artery Blood Flow and Medical Imaging Economics.  JACC Imaging 2013,Vol 6, issue 5,  May-in press.
• Christian TF, Rakover J. An Incentive-Based Insurance Payout Template for Medical Imaging.  Academy of Health Annual Research Meeting 2012, Orlando, FL. 
• Christian TF Rakover J. Weighted Insurance Reimbursement Strategies for Cardiac Imaging based on Appropriateness Criteria. AHA Quality of Care and Outcomes Research Scientific Sessions 2012, Atlanta, GA. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2012; 5: A147.

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Gerhard Clemenz (senior fellow 2011-2012)
Faculty sponsor: Michael Scherer, Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management in the Aetna Chair, Kennedy School, Emeritus

Dr. Clemenz published two papers in the Regulatory Policy Program working paper series:
• Clemenz, Gerhard. 2012. “Unilateral Emission Tax and Intra-Industry Trade: An Ideal Variety Approach,” Regulatory Policy Program Working Paper RPP-2012-04. Cambridge, MA: Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University.
• Clemenz, Gerhard. 2012. “Intra-Industry Trade, Environmental Policies, and Innovations: The Porter-Hypothesis Revisited,” Regulatory Policy Program Working Paper RPP-2012-09. Cambridge, MA: Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University. 

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Nick Lovegrove (senior fellow 2011-2013)
Faculty sponsors: John Haigh, M-RCBG Co-Director and HKS Administrative Dean, and Richard Zeckhauser, Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Political Economy

Mr. Lovegrove’s article on tri-sector leadership was accepted for publication by Harvard Business Review.  He made substantial progress on a book on this subject and offered the study group, “The Call for Tri-Sector Leadership” in the spring of 2012 and 2013.  In addition, he founded the InterSector Project, a non-profit social entrepreneurship start-up.

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Marco Magnani (senior fellow 2011-2013)
Faculty sponsors: John Haigh, M-RCBG Co-Director and HKS Administrative Dean, and Richard Zeckhauser, Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Political Economy

Mr. Magnani made substantial progress on his book tentatively titled, Italy for the Long-Term, and prepared synopses of major chapters:
• Think Globally, Act Locally: What Italy Can Learn from Abroad and Vice-Versa
• Social Mobility: The Challenge of Valuing Meritocracy in Schools
• Research and Innovation: Catalysts of Growth
In addition, in 2012 he organized a series of talks on “The Challenge of Reforms and the State of Relations between Business and Government in Different Parts of the World,” featuring Fu Jun, Executive Dean University of Beijing School of Government; Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Former Member, European Central Bank’s Executive Board; Francesco Giavazzi, Full Professor of Economics at Bocconi University Milan; and others.

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Udi Nisan (senior fellow 2011-2012)
Faculty sponsor: Jeffrey Liebman, Malcolm Wiener Professor of Public Policy

Dr. Nisan published a paper in the Regulatory Policy Program working paper series:
• Dahan, Momi and Udi Nisan. 2012. “Explaining Non-Take-up of Water Subsidy,” Regulatory Policy Program Working Paper RPP-2012-03. Cambridge, MA: Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University.

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