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Larry Summers' op-ed in The Washington Post, Why scrapping NAFTA would be Trump's big gift to China (3/24)
Christopher Smart's op-ed at Project Syndicate, Industry by Design? (3/17)
Joseph Aldy's op-ed at The Conversation, Curbing climate change has a dollar value--here's how and why we measure it (3/12)
Christopher Smart's op-ed in The European Financial Review, The Macro-Promise and the Micro-Peril: The Global Economy of 2017 (3/10)
SSP alumni fellow Livio Valenti (Vaxess VP) on Gates Foundation $6M support for Vaxess Technologies to develop a novel microneedle patch for eradication of polio, measles and rubella (3/6)
Larry Summers' op-ed in the Financial Times, Robots are wealth creators and taxing them is illogical (3/5)
Op-ed by Carmen Reinhart in Project Sydicate, Addicted to Dollars (3/2)
A summary of Gilbert Metcalf's talk on Competitiveness Issues with a Carbon Tax, as part of the Consortium for Energy Policy Research's Energy Policy Seminar Series on Feb. 27 (3/3)
M-RCBG holds over 80 seminars and events each semester. Here are some that are upcoming:
Thurs, Mar. 23: On the Tenth Anniversary of the Great Financial Crisis: What Financial Stability Reforms Must Be Preserved?; Paul Tucker, Systemic Risk Council. 11:45am-1pm in Bell.
Mon, Mar. 27: Which Social Cost of Carbon? Matthew Kotchen, Yale. 12-1:30pm in Bell.
Mon, Mar. 27: Lawrence Summers, Alberto Alesina and Ed Balls: Is the Case for Central Bank Independence Dead? 6-7:30pm in Langdell Hall 225, Vorenberg Classroom, HLS.
Wed, Mar. 29: Accelerator or Brake: Cash for Clunkers, Household Liquidity, and Aggregate Demand; Jonathan Parker, MIT. 4:15-5:30pm in L-382.
Thurs, Mar. 30: Bondholders vs. Retirees in Municipal Bankruptcies; Diane Lourdes Dick, Seattle Univ. School of Law. 11:45am-1pm in Bell.
Wed, Apr 5: Mind the Gap! Tax Incentives and Incentives for Manipulating Fuel Efficiency in the Automobile Industry; Shinsuke Tanaka, Tufts. 4:15-5:30pm in L-382.
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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