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Eli Friedman, EAP

The ideas of “giving up on fighting tooth and nail” for an increasingly elusive reward has grown in appeal for young Chinese citizens, says Eli...

Linda Shi, Global Public Voices

This piece, co-authored by Linda Shi, professor of city and regional planning, discusses misperceptions about manufactured housing and offers them as...

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

"We must immediately reinstate due process for asylum seekers," writes Cornell Law School professor Stephen Yale-Loehr in an op-ed at The Hill.

Chris Barrett, IAD/SEAP

"The world’s agricultural and food systems face a perfect storm," says agricultural and development economist Chris Barrett. "World leaders cannot...

Christopher Way, IES/PACS

"Mario Draghi was such a trusted pair of hands across Europe," says Christopher Way, associate professor of government. "He was so respected for his...

Eli Friedman, EAP

“There’s a very tight labor market, so that puts workers in a position where they have both an accumulation of lots of grievances and they feel...

Kaushik Basu, SAP

The IMF will “need to be proactive, suspending some of their bureaucratic rules to help Sri Lanka through this acute phase of the crisis,” says...

Panle Jia Barwick, EAP

Piece about “local protectionism” in China, mentions research by Panle Jia Barwick about priority given locally made cars to access express lanes.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Prasad, an economist at Cornell said “Keeping a low flow through Nord Stream could strengthen Russia’s position and even weaken Europe’s resolve if...

Bykov Talks with New Yorker

Visiting critic Dmitry Bykov discusses Russia—and Russians—under Putinism on the New Yorker Radio Hour.