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M-RCBG SENIOR FELLOW-LED STUDY GROUPS

M-RCBG Senior Fellows are distinguished professionals from government and/or business who come to HKS to address issues at the interface of the public and private sectors: regulation, corporate governance, and the role of government in the changing global economy. Senior Fellows strengthen the connection between theory and practice, offering both faculty and students insights to the nature of social problems and their most practical solutions.

In addition to undertaking independent research projects that culminate in a journal article or book, Senior Fellows lead Study Groups for HKS students.

Study Groups  are in-person discussion sessions, governed by the Chatham House Rule

Additional Study Groups led by 2022-23 Senior Fellows will be posted below as they are announced. To view previously offered study groups, please see the study group archive.

For further information, please contact susan_gill@hks.harvard.edu

George ChouliarakisReforming Europe’s Economic Policy Framework: Progress and New Unprecedented Challenges (October 27)

Eric Evans
A Primer on U.S. Health Insurance: Public/Private, with guest speaker Edward E. Berger (November 1)

Biotech Venture Capital: The fuel for medical innovation with guest speakers Carl Berke,  David Berry, Ansbert Gadicke, Stephen Knight and Ankit Mahadevia (February 2)

Stephen Gibson
How (not to) Reduce the Burden of Government Regulation (November 21)

How many regulations does it take to change a lightbulb? with Michal Halperin (February 13)

Michal HalperinHow many regulations does it take to change a lightbulb? with Stephen Gibson (February 13)

Aparna MathurHow Effective Was US Pandemic Spending? Lessons for Future Crises (October 24)

Justin Muzinich: Cryptocurrency Regulation--How should the US Government think about cryptocurrency risks and regulation? (September 16)

Omar Robles: Innovation and Competition for Life-Saving Drugs: Balancing Hatch-Waxman and Biologics Price, Competition and Innovation Acts with guests Sanya Sukduang and Jonathan Davies (November 17)

Chris Skidmore:
The Road to Egypt: Priorities and Possibilities for COP27 , with remote guest Charlie Ogilvie OBE (September 15)

Carbon Markets and Future Climate Frameworks, with remote guest Ted Christie-Miller (September 16)

Edwin (Ted) M. Truman: Lessons from Fifty Years of International Economic Policy Cooperation (September 20)

Longmei ZhangCapital account opening and China’s external balance sheets  (October 4)