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In a discussion of his new book, leading economic thinker says central banks cannot continue their role as primary policy actors.

Professor Timothy Frye finds that measures of the Russian president’s popularity are mostly accurate.

Panelists discussed political ramifications and also possibility that market could become more environmentally sustainable.

The CNBC personal finance expert also teaches a section of SIPA’s Professional Development course.

The newly named professor of professional practice in urban policy led the nation’s fifth-largest city from January 2008 to January 2016.

The program featured the annual alumni-student networking reception and a conversation between Dean Merit E. Janow and Fred Kempe IF ’77.

Prospective students may apply to the one-year program and track until March 1, with a deadline of February 5 for scholarship consideration.

SIPA students, alumni, and faculty pursue joint project with Penn in support of social enterprise.

Peers salute the Nobel Prize-winning economist for his scholarship, innovation, and passion.

For future development practitioners, summer placement in Maritime Southeast Asia provides an opportunity to learn from and contribute to a nation rebuilding itself from the ground up.

On December 12 in Paris, the UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change concluded its 21st Conference of the Parties with a landmark agreement among the world’s nations to reduce emissions that increase global warming...

Report addresses topics including implementation of the first of the Havana Peace Agreements.

SIPA experts Gottlieb, Long, Mukhopadhyay, and Healey discuss ISIS, cybersecurity, the threat of war, and more.

Speakers see reasons for optimism in new guidelines for SDGs.

Majid Al Suwaidi, Michael Gerrard, Selwin Hart, and Rueanna Haynes on Opportunity for Success at the COP21 Paris Talks

SIPA mourns the passing of alumna Anita Ashok Datar, who was killed in a terrorist attack in Bamako, Mali, on November 20, 2015.

As under secretary for international affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Sheets is the nation’s senior financial diplomat.

Kayleigh B. Campbell, PhD candidate in sustainable development, has received grants to support her research on transportation infrastructure

New programming included a case study competition, clean tech showcase, and career fair.

As western nations’ share of the world population falls, Annan says, the status quo cannot continue.

“Institution-building is a process that takes time,” says Mo Ibrahim.

Martin Wolf, Eli Noam, and Joseph Stiglitz join Dean Merit E. Janow for discussion of the future—and pitfalls—of the “digital economy.”

Alexandre Mars of Epic Foundation shares his methods for success.

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