Gregory Treverton maps the current threat landscape and discusses how it will likely evolve out to 2020.
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Lingyi Guo presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Applied Microeconomics.
John Rust presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Collaboration is the ‘new normal’ in public policy and practice. In this seminar, Helen Sullivan considers the implications of understanding collaboration in this way, including the need to think more expansively about the places, spaces, and scales of collaboration to build new knowledge.
Yao Yang presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Rizal Shiddiq discusses why firms in developing economies tend to become members of business group.
Sergi Basco presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Eva Vivalt explores biases in the way policymakers, researchers, and others update in response to newly generated evidence, and tests ways to mitigate observed biases.
Ben Phillips discusses the impacts on workplace incentives via the estimation of Effective Marginal Tax Rates (EMTR) in the year 2001-02, and compares with current policy settings.