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Sarah Kreps, PACS

The article cites research from Sarah Kreps, professor of government, showing that the prospect of being paid $100 had no statistically significant...

Stephen Yale-Loehr and Gunisha Kaur, Einaudi Migrations Fellows

New England Journal of Medicine: This Graphic Perspective tells the story of a Cuban doctor who, having been targeted by her government as a...

Mary Jo Dudley, LASP

Mary Jo Dudley, director of the Cornell Farmworker Program, discusses efforts to get farmworkers vaccinated. Richard Stup, a workforce specialist with...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“This will help rebuild some of the credibility of the report so it will serve a useful purpose when it is truly needed in the future to highlight...

Allen Carlson, CMSP

"The 150,000 Tibetans in exile represent only 2 per cent of the Tibetan population — about 6.3 million remain in China — but have nevertheless placed...

Tom Pepinsky, SEAP

"Once the military is involved in politics, it's hard to get them out if they don't want to get out," says Tom Pepinsky, professor of government. 

Eswar Prasad, SAP

"China is yet again shaping up to be the global economy's bulwark against economic collapse, much the same as in the aftermath of the global financial...

Kaushik Basu, SAP

Kaushik Basu, professor of applied economics and policy, writes this opinion piece about the lessons that can be learned from the economic success of...

Eli Friedman, EAP

“Anything that coheres collective power for workers is seen as a threat to state power,” says Eli Friedman, associate professor in the ILR School....

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and trade policy, predicts that China will eventually resume opening up to foreign financial institutions. Prasad...