As 2023 comes to a close, let’s revisit some of the year’s most-viewed stories from across the HKS website chronicling research and insights from HKS experts and scholars.
HKS faculty members reflect on how the Russian invasion of Ukraine has changed the way we think about vital global issues and what lessons it has taught us.
A study by Associate Professor Elizabeth Linos and colleagues offers insight into diversity and retention in elite firms.
A study finds that, counterintuitively, certain financial incentives are leading to higher costs and more complications.
Professor of Practice Arthur Brooks and other experts explain that happiness goes far beyond personal well-being.
A report indicates polarization and partisan media play a role in health care decision-making.
Local news infrastructure is being eroded, harming democracy and civic life, experts say. HKS scholars and alumni are working to rebuild it.
Public and policymaker support for treatment or punishment can be swayed by substance users’ racial identity in media depictions, says a paper coauthored by HKS faculty member.
Jacinda Ardern has a lot to be proud of as former prime minister of New Zealand, and one big confession to make
Speaking to a full audience at the JFK Jr. Forum, Ardern said when creating policy, one thing worked best when her country faced the Christchurch murders, COVID, even cow emissions: “Bring in the public.”
At Harvard, President Yoon Suk Yeol lauds 70 years of U.S.-South Korean alliance and warns of global threats to freedom.
The extreme levels of inequality now evident in the United States and other countries across the globe carry grave systemic risks.