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Harvard Kennedy School

Harvard Kennedy School

Professor Advocates Cap-and-Trade

A cap-and-trade system is the most practical, cost-effective way for the government to limit carbon emissions, according to a paper recently published by Harvard Kennedy School Professor Robert N. Stavins and University of Manchester Economics Professor Robert W. Hahn.

SOCIAL INNOVATION IN GOVERNMENT
Politics

SOCIAL INNOVATION IN GOVERNMENT

Stephen Goldsmith, Daniel Paul Professor of Government at the Kennedy School, moderates a conversation about social innovation in government.

Politics

Scholar Discusses Poverty in Arab States

Rima Khalaf, this semester’s visiting scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Middle East Initiative, described poverty and human rights abuses ...

Inflatable Jousting
Crime

Today in Photos (04/06/10)

Dissecting the Debate
On Campus

Dissecting the Debate

Dr. Timothy Johnson, medical editor for ABC news, Ezra Klein, a blogger and columnist, and Julie Rovner, a correspondent for National Public Radio, discussed how the media covered the healthcare debate at the Shorenstein Center’s panel on healthcare reform and new media last night.

Harvard Kennedy School

Afghan Students Join HKS Group

The formation of the Afghan Students Initiative at the Kennedy School last October has created a small but passionate community allowing students to share their concerns about their homeland.

Leading Teams
Social Sciences Division

Leading Teams

Professor Richard Hackman, one of the world’s leading experts on group and organizational behavior, talks about his research on team dynamics, self-managing groups, and leadership in the Barker Center yesterday.

Music

Kennedy School Americana

Like many graduate students at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Naseem S. Khuri HKS ‘08 had long thought he wanted to effect positive change in the world.

Veri-Fashionable
Harvard in the City

Today in Photos (03/25/10)

DAVID FANNING
Harvard Kennedy School

DAVID FANNING

David Fanning, executive producer of Frontline, is recognized for his distinguished broadcast journalism career by the Joan Shorenstein Center yesterday.

DAVID FANNING
Harvard Kennedy School

Kennedy School Center Awards Reporters

In recognition of the social impact of their investigative reporting, select journalists were presented with the annual Goldsmith Awards in a ceremony last night.

Harvard Kennedy School

Aboriginal Expert Joins Harvard Faculty

Mick Dodson, a law professor and director of the Australian National University’s National Centre for Indigenous Studies, has been appointed the next chair of Harvard’s Committee on Australian Studies.

Harvard in the City

HKS Holds Gov. Social Media Camp

Roughly 150 city and state government officials and Harvard graduate students spent their Saturday at the first “Government 2.0” camp to be hosted in Cambridge at Harvard Kennedy School learning to apply current social media tools in local government.

Religion

Evangelist Panel Discusses Religion in Politics

At an IOP panel discussion yesterday, several evangelists discussed their religious traditions and questions that arose after the financial crisis.

google, china, discussion
Harvard Law School

Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China

A panel discussed the ongoing conflict between Google and China at the Kennedy School yesterday.

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