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Valerie Hans, Law

Valerie Hans, professor of law, explains that the jury is likely using a meticulous, evidence-based approach due to the amount of time that has passed...

Daniel Alpert, CRADLE

“That the unique historical and economic circumstances of the 1970s gave rise to a near cultish obsession with changes in price levels, shunting aside...
“Dimon’s apology shows the degree of deference foreign businesses have to show to the Chinese government in order to remain in its good graces and...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“It’s an important step, although it’s not a huge one, if one thinks about the progress China has made in building up its physical and soft...

Saule Omarova, Cornell Law

This piece features the life and work of Saule Omarova, professor of law, and the banking lobby’s campaign against Omarova after she was nominated to...

Gustavo Flores-Macias, Government

Gustavo Flores-Macias, associate vice provost for international affairs, writes this opinion piece arguing that inflation levels are likely to be most...

Tom Pepinsky, SEAP

Tom Pepinsky of the Southeast Asia Program is featured on a recent episode of the Language Resource's Center Podcast.

Kristin Roebuck, EAP

“If you add up that legal disability that’s unique to the imperial family’s women, with the intense media scrutiny, and the incredible degree of...

Robert Hockett, CRADLE

Robert Hockett, professor of law, says that the addition of a new financial regulation agency would worsen the situation as financial regulation is...

Tamara Loos, SEAP

Professor Tamara Loos, SEAP Core Faculty, is quoted here in a Bloomberg article.