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Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy, discusses why emerging markets will move away from using the dollar as an intermediary...

Saule Omarova, Einaudi

“Formal Senate confirmation is not necessarily a prerequisite nor is it a guarantee of people doing the things that need to be done and doing them...

Oumar Ba, Global Public Voice Fellow

The U.S. formally accused Myanmar of committing genocide against its Rohingya population. The declaration “adds another layer to the already quite...

Robert Frank, Einaudi

Robert Frank, professor of management and economics, writes this piece about how peer pressure can help stop climate change. 

Allen Carlson, CMSP/EAP/SAP

“On the world stage, China appears to be the only friend that Russia has left. But it would be a mistake to overstate the strength of such seeming...

Nicholas Mulder, IES

“The risk now is that these sanctions have a grave impact on the world economy because of their size and the role of the Russian economy in global...
Dmitry Bykov is one of Russia’s leading public intellectuals, and a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for European Studies. Meet with Dmitry for an...

Chris Barrett, IAD and SEAP

“The supply chain disruptions should be a wake-up call for people,” says Chris Barrett, professor of applied economics and management.

Nicholas Mulder, IES

This article references the work of Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, who finds that in the 20th century, sanctions achieved at least...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Sarah Kreps, professor of government, discusses Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and whether an agreement between the countries is possible.