October 14, 2019
The Wall Street Journal
Wojciech Kopczuk comments on the Saez-Zucman approach on how to assess and describe tax burdens.
October 14, 2019
State of the Planet
The key issue for universities like the one I work at in “speaking truth to power” is to engage in the process of public agenda setting and in selling new knowledge to decision-makers. Universities have unique resources for engaging in this activity write Steve Cohen.
October 13, 2019
The Governance Post
In sanction-crippled Iran, the regime cements its military might and continues its nuclear program. At the same time, ordinary people without strong political fervor suffer writes Lukas Feldhaus MIA ’20.
October 12, 2019
The Diplomat
Government-run mandatory digital IDs will allow seamless provision of government service.s But success boils down to long-term implementation write Nabila Hassan MPA ' 20.
October 11, 2019
NBC News
"We need to make it easier to talk about, because talking about your struggles is often the first step toward getting help," says Karine Jean-Pierre
October 11, 2019
NPR
Even in the absence of a trade war, China's growth rate would have come down. The trade war makes it worse, but the trade war is not the primary reason,says Shang-Jin Wei ,
October 9, 2019
NBC News
Karine Jean-Pierre reminds herself of her accomplishments so that others respect her as well: "as a woman, and especially as a black woman, I’ve had to become comfortable with recognizing and articulating my own value"
October 9, 2019
Space
At New York Comic Con this weekend, Patrick Stewart and Billy Dee Williams said space travel could be a possibility in the near future. Ben Orlove told Space that "space-based research is fundamental" given the impact of climate change.
October 8, 2019
Columbia SIPA
Cainã Perri, who oversees teacher education initiatives in Brazil for the Lehmann Foundation, spoke at the recent Columbia MPA-DP seminar on “Khan Academy in Brazil: Challenges to Help Teachers Embrace Technology.”
October 7, 2019
Chatham House
White House policy has been reduced to tightening sanctions and targeting individuals close to the Maduro regime writes Christopher Sabatini

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