Giandomenica Becchio on Carl Menger and the Second Edition of His Principles
Giandomenica Becchio presents "Carl Menger and the Second Edition of His Principles" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 22, 2010
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Marcel Boumans on the History of Economics as a History of Tools and Techniques
Marcel Boumans, University of Amsterdam, discusses the "History of Economics as a History of Tools and Techniques" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 22, 2010
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Marcel Boumans on the History of Economics as a History of Tools and Techniques
Marcel Boumans, University of Amsterdam, discusses the "History of Economics as a History of Tools and Techniques" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 22, 2010
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Craig Smith on Smith on Fashion
Craig Smith, St. Andrews University, presents "Smith on Fashion" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 23, 2010
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Craig Smith on Smith on Fashion
Craig Smith, St. Andrews University, presents "Smith on Fashion" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 23, 2010
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Yong J. Yoon on A Confucian Interpretation of Adam Smith
Yong J. Yoon, George Mason University, presents "A Confucian Interpretation of Adam Smith" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 23, 2010
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Yong J. Yoon on A Confucian Interpretation of Adam Smith
Yong J. Yoon, George Mason University, presents "A Confucian Interpretation of Adam Smith" at The 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 23, 2010
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Cameron Weber presents A Critique on Karl Marx
Cameron Weber, The New School for Social Research, presents "A Critique on Karl Marx and the Origins of the Social Theory of Class Struggle" at the 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 21, 2010
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Cameron Weber presents A Critique on Karl Marx
Cameron Weber, The New School for Social Research, presents "A Critique on Karl Marx and the Origins of the Social Theory of Class Struggle" at the 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 21, 2010
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The Global Health Leadership Challenge
Drawing upon experience as Ethiopia's Minister of Health, Dr. Tedros, describes leadership principles necessary to understand health issues holistically, recognize the importance of evidence, communicate effectively with different stakeholders, and promote sustained commitment to improved health outcomes.
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The Global Health Leadership Challenge
Drawing upon experience as Ethiopia's Minister of Health, Dr. Tedros, describes leadership principles necessary to understand health issues holistically, recognize the importance of evidence, communicate effectively with different stakeholders, and promote sustained commitment to improved health outcomes.
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Resource Mobilization for Health
Dr. Benn applies his experience as the Director for Resource Mobilization at the Global Fund in a session designed to provide an overview of external resource mobilization in health and targeted expertise to the country-specific issues raised by the delegates. Dr. Benn discusses the role of funding mechanisms like the Global Fund, bilateral organizations and the private sector, providing practical advice on how to sustain a valuable partnership, optimize the use of available resources, identify
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Resource Mobilization for Health
Dr. Benn applies his experience as the Director for Resource Mobilization at the Global Fund in a session designed to provide an overview of external resource mobilization in health and targeted expertise to the country-specific issues raised by the delegates. Dr. Benn discusses the role of funding mechanisms like the Global Fund, bilateral organizations and the private sector, providing practical advice on how to sustain a valuable partnership, optimize the use of available resources, identify
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Developing Human Capacity for Health
This lecture emphasizes the role of an effective healthcare workforce, including methods for developing professional skills, behaviors and attitudes, and addressing performance gaps. Drawing on his experience at IntraHealth International, Mr. Gaye shares approaches for maximizing effectiveness given current healthcare workforce challenges.
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Developing Human Capacity for Health
This lecture emphasizes the role of an effective healthcare workforce, including methods for developing professional skills, behaviors and attitudes, and addressing performance gaps. Drawing on his experience at IntraHealth International, Mr. Gaye shares approaches for maximizing effectiveness given current healthcare workforce challenges.
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Strategic Thinking -- Data as Intelligence Part 2
The lecture focuses on highlighting the role of data across the problem-solving and quality-improvement spectrum. Prof. Curry introduces the importance of data as an integral component of any healthcare system rather than a programmatic end piece. Dr. Krumholz further discusses how to use data as part of the larger national quality agenda to assess healthcare quality, identification of and advocacy for a quality measure, and the science necessary to support data and research infrastructure.
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Strategic Thinking -- Data as Intelligence Part 2
The lecture focuses on highlighting the role of data across the problem-solving and quality-improvement spectrum. Prof. Curry introduces the importance of data as an integral component of any healthcare system rather than a programmatic end piece. Dr. Krumholz further discusses how to use data as part of the larger national quality agenda to assess healthcare quality, identification of and advocacy for a quality measure, and the science necessary to support data and research infrastructure.
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Initiating, Scaling up and Sustaining Health Initiative
Prof. Bradley reviews the creation and diffusion of best practices, focusing on key elements necessary for systems thinking to enable scale up and sustainability. Themes from delegation updates will demonstrate the GHLI curriculum's potential to create a framework for innovation and progress.
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Initiating, Scaling up and Sustaining Health Initiative
Prof. Bradley reviews the creation and diffusion of best practices, focusing on key elements necessary for systems thinking to enable scale up and sustainability. Themes from delegation updates will demonstrate the GHLI curriculum's potential to create a framework for innovation and progress.
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Global Health Leadership for a Changing World
Ms. Batson highlights the importance and key principles of global health leadership within the context of complex geopolitical change. As Director of the Global Health Initiative, Ms. Batson discusses the Obama Administration's six-year, $63-billion program which focuses on improving health through strengthened health systems, with a particular focus on improving the health of women, newborns and children. Using the U.S. example, Ms. Batson discusses how to leverage limited resources to achiev
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