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Machine Learning for Policymakers: What it is and why it matters

Machine Learning for Policymakers: What it is and why it matters June 2017 Paper, Ben Buchanan (’13)

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The Human Rights of Women Entrepreneurs

The Human Rights of Women Entrepreneurs June 23, 2017 Commentary on Medium, Reid Hoffman (’90)

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The Marshall Plan and the value of enlightened self-interest

The Marshall Plan and the value of enlightened self-interest June 6, 2017 Commentary in Syracuse, Rachel May (’78)

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An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan

An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan June 5, 2017 Op-ed in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff (’95)

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How far we’ve fallen from the Marshall Plan

How far we’ve fallen from the Marshall Plan June 5, 2017 Op-ed in the Washington Post, Danielle Allen (’93)

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A Conversation with Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns

A Conversation with Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns May 31, 2017 Bill Burns (’78)

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The Riots and the Slums: Comparing Public and Private Sector-Led Redevelopment in Washington, D.C.

May 2017 Working Paper for Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government, Stanley J. Marcuss Link to paper

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Letter from Her Majesty the Queen

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2018 Marshall Scholars Announcement

The UK Government has announced its list of 2018 Marshall Scholars.  A list of the Scholars and their biographies can be found on the Marshall Aid Commemorative Commission’s website.   On December 3, The…

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August 2017 – Scholars in the News Issue 4

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May 2017 – Scholars’ Recent Articles

Scholars in the News

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Reid Hoffman (’90) awarded CBE

For more information, read the Q&A with Reid Hoffman.  

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Judge Neil M. Gorsuch (’92) sworn in to US Supreme Court

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Nov 2016 – Publications and Other Highlights

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October 2016 – MacArthur Fellows and Nature’s Fifth Force

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