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Calestous Juma in Quartz Africa, Africa's economies are set to get a boost from tighter integration with our without Brexit (7/15)
Calestous Juma in The Korea Times, Innovation and discontents (7/15)
Jeffrey Frankel in The Korea Herald, Brexit, Trump and globalization (7/15)
Linda Bilmes' op-ed in The Boston Globe, Invest in America's parks (7/13)
Ben W. Heineman Jr.'s op-ed in Fortune, How Global Corporations Should Confront Pervasive Distrust (7/12)
Amitabh Chandra's editorial in JAMA, The Affordable Care Act and the Future of US Health Care (7/11)
Jane Nelson's Corporate Responsibility Initiative report, Supporting Research in Neglected Tropical Diseases: Lessons from AbbVie's Neglected Diseases Initiative (7/11)
M-RCBG holds over 80 seminars and events each semester. Here are some that are upcoming:
M-RCBG's Fall Open House; Bell Hall, 12:30-1:30.
Five Easy Theses: Commonsense Solutions to America's Greatest Economic Challenges; James M. Stone, Plymouth Rock; 11:45 in Bell Hall.
Annual Robert Glauber Lecture: Emerging Issues in Bank Regulation; Thomas J. Curry, Comptroller of the Currency; 6pm in the Forum.
Handcuffed: What Holds Policing Back, and the Keys to Reform; Malcolm Sparrow, HKS; 11:45 in Bell Hall.
The Right Corporate Approach to Public Policy; Benjamin Heineman, Belfer Center; 11:45 in Bell Hall.
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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