Fall 2002


Fall 2002

September 26, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
Why is There So Little Money in U.S. Politics?

John de Figueiredo
Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bell Hall

October 3, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
Accounting for Social Security and Its Reform

Howell Jackson
Finn M.W. Caspersen and Household International Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Bell Hall

October 15, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
Pension Reform in a Post-Enron World

Mark Iwry
Benefits Tax Counsel, U.S. Department of Treasury (1995-2001)

October 17, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
WTO: Sovereign Contracting or Contracting Sovereignty?

Robert Lawrence
Albert L. Williams Professor of International Trade and Investment, Kennedy School of Government
Bell Hall

October 31, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
After the Johannesburg Summit: The Politics of Sustainable Development

Leslie Carothers
Vice President, Environmental Health and Safety, United Technologies Corporation
Fainsod Room

November 7, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
The Roots of California's Energy Crisis - Law, Policy, Politics, and Economics
Joseph Kalt
Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy, Kennedy School of Government
Bell Hall

November 21, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
Reforming Corporate Governance
Lucian Bebchuk
William J. Friedman and Alicia Townsend Friedman Professor of Law, Economics, and Finance, Harvard Law School
Fainsod Room

December 12, 2002
12:00pm—1:30pm
The Role of Self-Regulation in Financial Markets
Robert Glauber
Chairman and CEO, NASD
Bell Hall

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