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Strategic leadership in the media industry - Ashridge Journal Article
Autocratic, manipulative, power hungry, perhaps even deranged - the media mogul as portrayed in the press is one of history's more enduring figures. What are the strategic approaches and leadership traits that make for success in this fast moving, often turbulent industry? Lucy Kung combines recent thinking on leadership in creative environments and makes some recommendations for leaders in the media.
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Proselytism and Religious Freedom: Legal and Social Dimensions of Proselytism (with Woodberry, Finke
In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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Proselytism and Religious Freedom: (Keynote Debate with Jose Casanova, Gerard Bradley)
In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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The Presence of Puerto Rico in U.S. Politics: Address by Governor Luis G. Fortuno of Puerto Rico
Governor Fortuno explores how Puerto Rico's political representation is at the heart of current relations between the United States and Latin America.
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Dubai Debt Crisis: Bankrupty or Bluff?: Introduction by Dr. Michael Hudson
Center for Contemporary Arab Studies director Dr. Michael Hudson introduces a panel of experts to speak about the economic and political implications of the Dubai debt crisis.
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Dubai Debt Crisis: Bankrupty or Bluff?: Kristin Smith Diwan
Experts discuss the economic and political implications of the Dubai debt crisis.
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Dubai Debt Crisis: Bankrupty or Bluff?: Kevin Carey
Experts discuss the economic and political implications of the Dubai debt crisis.
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Dubai Debt Crisis: Bankrupty or Bluff?: Peter Baumbusch
Experts discuss the economic and political implications of the Dubai debt crisis.
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Dubai Debt Crisis: Bankrupty or Bluff?: Jean-Francois Seznec
Experts discuss the economic and political implications of the Dubai debt crisis.
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Proselytism and Religious Freedom: Legal and Social Dimensions of Proselytism (with Woodberry, Finke
In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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Proselytism and Religious Freedom: (Keynote Debate with Jose Casanova, Gerard Bradley)
In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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Open-Sea Piracy in the Modern World: Perils and Prospects
A panel of experts convened by the Center for International and Regional Studies explores the historical, economic and political foundations of sea piracy and the ways to address the issue.
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Weed Science Society of America

thumbnailThe Weed Science Society of America promotes research and dissemination of information and fosters awareness of the impact of weeds on managed and natural ecosystems. Access to the contents and abstracts of its publications Weed Technology, Invasive Plant Science
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10.391J Sustainable Energy (MIT)
This course assesses current and potential future energy systems, covers resources, extraction, conversion, and end-use, and emphasizes meeting regional and global energy needs in the 21st century in a sustainable manner. Different renewable and conventional energy technologies will be presented including biomass energy, fossil fuels, geothermal energy, nuclear power, wind power, solar energy, hydrogen fuel, and fusion energy and their attributes described within a framework that aids in evaluat
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Satisfying Victims and Healing Societies: The Promises of Justice after Extreme Violence - Vision Se
Susan Hirsch, Director of the undergraduate Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution program Justice meted out in domestic courts is assumed to promote social healing and quell the desire for revenge felt by victims of violence. Mass atrocity, genocide, terrorism and other types of extreme violence have spawned new approaches to justice, such as extrajudicial proceedings and international tribunals. Drawing from personal experience as a survivor of a terror attack and anthropological resea
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Restorative Justice and Conflict Communication Theory
Susan J. Szmania (Ph.D, Communication Studies. University of Texas at Austin) conducts research about conflict and discourse. She is trained as a victim offender mediator and writes about restorative justice theory and practice. After teaching at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee for five years, she is currently serving as a political assistant with the State Department at the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. She was a visiting Faculty at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
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Preventing Genocide - Vision Series Lecture
Andrea Bartoli, Drucie French Cumbie Chair at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and ResolutionSixty years after the signing of the International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, we are still struggling to understand genocidal trends and to respond to threats appropriately. Too many times, signs of impending genocides were not identified, appreciated, and acted upon, which created conditions for a re-emergence of new forms. Preventing genocide is a collectiv
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Cowen on Liberty, Art, Food and Everything Else in Between
Tyler Cowen, co-blogger (with Alex Tabarrok) at MarginalRevolution.com, talks about liberty, global warming, using the courts vs. regulation to protect people, the challenges of leading a country out of poverty, the political economy of cuisine, and a quick overview of the Washington, DC. art museum scene.
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Kling on Credit Default Swaps, Counterparty Risk, and the Political Economy of Financial Regulation
Arnold Kling of EconLog talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the role of credit default swaps and counterparty risks in the current financial mess. The conversation opens with the logistics of credit default swaps and counterparty risks and moves on to their role in the financial collapse. The conversation closes with a discussion of the political economy of pending financial regulation.
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Acemoglu on the Financial Crisis
Daron Acemoglu, of MIT, talks with EconTalk Russ Roberts about the financial crisis and the lessons that need to be learned from the crisis. He argues that economists overestimated the stability of self-interest and ignored the institutional context of financial decision-making. He makes the case for new regulation and worries that political decisions will neglect the importance of growth.
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