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Interview with Calestous Juma at Thought Economics, Why We Embrace (and Resist) Innovation (2/23)
Jeffrey Frankel's op-ed at Project Syndicate, Making Crises Great Again (2/21)
Peter Sands' blog post at The World Bank's website, The first line of defense against outbreaks is to finance pandemic preparedness at a national level (2/21)
Ben Heineman's op-ed at Brink News, Can Corporations Help Heal Broken Policy and Politics in an Era of Upheaval? (2/20)
Robert Stavins interviewed in the Harvard Gazette, What to expect from Pruitt's EPA (2/17)
Todd Baker's op-ed at American Banker, How to solve the bank fee conundrum hurting consumers (2/17)
John Ruggie delivered a keynote address this week on Responsible Supply Chains at the G20 Labor and Employment Meeting in Hamburg, Germany (2/15)
Coverage of the a recent Consortium for Energy Policy Research seminar, Joseph Aldy on The Great Swap: Addressing Climate Change with a Carbon Tax (2/14)
M-RCBG holds over 80 seminars and events each semester. Here are some that are upcoming:
Mon, Feb. 27: Competitiveness Issues with a Carbon Tax; Gilbert Metcalf, Tufts. 12-1:30pm in Bell.
Wed, Mar. 1: On a World Climate Assembly and the Social Cost of Carbon; Martin Weitzman, Harvard. 4:15-5:30pm in L-382.
Thurs, Mar 2: Competition and Stability in Banking: The Role of Regulation and Competition Policy; Xavier Vives, IESE Business School. 11:45am-1pm in Bell.
Mon, Mar. 6: Carbon Prices, Preferences, and the Timing of Uncertainty; Gernot Wagner, SEAS and William Hogan, HKS. 12-1:30pm in Bell.
Wed, Mar. 8: On the Costs and Benefits of Mandatory Labeling, with Special Reference to Genetically Modified Foods; Cass Sunstein, Harvard. 4:15-5:30pm in Malkin.
Mon, Mar. 20: Limits of Bioenergy for Carbon Mitigation; Alexandre Strapasson, Belfer Center. 12-1:30pm in Bell.
Jay Rosengard's new study: A Quantum Leap Over High Hurdles to Financial Inclusion: The Mobile Banking Revolution in Kenya.
Linda Bilmes' co-authored research in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Green Bonds and Land Conservation: A New Investment Landscape?
Visit M-RCBG's Growthpolicy.org to search through scholarly research from Harvard.
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