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Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law

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Net zero: despite the greenwash, it’s vital for tackling climate change

It might seem odd to find supporters of climate action debating the merits of a concept that science shows to be essential for halting climate change, and which is accordingly embedded at the heart of the defining global agreement.

by × 12 May 2021 ×

Admissions and Life at the School, Faculty

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Connect your research to your teaching for greater impact

While your research and teaching may feel like distinct activities in your academic career, you can use the case method to mutually enhance the two areas and further your impact in the public policy world.

by × 05 May 2021 ×

Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

International travel restrictions: a snapshot of policies across 17 countries

International travel restrictions: a snapshot of policies across 17 countries

Looking to board a flight? With travel landscapes constantly reshaped by changing conditions, like Europe’s third wave and increasing vaccine rollout, understanding the similarities and differences across travel policies is critical.

by × 28 April 2021 ×

Admissions and Life at the School, Faculty

Karthik Ramanna

Top five tips for effective case teaching

Some simple, easy-to-implement tips that will help those who are new to the case method make the most out of case teaching.

by × 19 April 2021 ×

Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

Germany and COVID vaccines: too cautious?

Germany and COVID vaccines: too cautious?

Many wonder why Germany didn’t weigh the harms of vaccine delay more heavily before limiting use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. What frameworks from moral philosophy are relevant?

by × 07 April 2021 ×

Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law

Nine recommendations on digital trade policy for the UK government

Nine recommendations on digital trade policy for the UK government

The UK government has identified digital trade as one of the main sources of growth that will catapult us out of the doldrums of the pandemic. And now that we’ve left the EU, the government also wants the UK to play a leading role in setting the international standards and regulations that govern the global digital economy.

Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas

With a fourth wave looming, many US states are dropping pandemic policy measures

March was a big month for COVID-19 policies in the US. The one-year anniversary of the pandemic was marked by vaccination rollouts, the settling in of new federal leadership, and—in some states—the dramatic loosening of COVID-19 restrictions. More than ten states announced the lifting of various existing restrictions in the […]

by × 30 March 2021 ×

Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law, Health, welfare and well-being

The green shoots of COVID solidarity

The green shoots of COVID solidarity

Rich-country governments must now donate COVID-19 vaccines immediately to vulnerable countries, contribute more to international initiatives to ensure a genuinely global rollout, and work with pharmaceutical firms to deliver more transparent, non-exclusive licensing deals. Only this level of solidarity can restore global growth. In a recent letter to her G20 […]

by × 26 March 2021 ×