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The climate regime has been gradually moving toward a facilitative logic and this shift presents enormous potential. But if effectiveness is possible, where and how should it be pursued?
Glen Weyl, principal researcher at Microsoft and visiting senior research scholar in economics and law at Yale University, will discuss the book he co-authored with Eric A. Posner
Scott Sagan and Benjamin Valentino present their paper 'Just war and unjust soldiers: American public opinion on the moral equality of combatants'
Acclaimed philosopher Martha Nussbaum presents her new book, The Monarchy of Fear. The event is now at capacity
Brian Levy presents his new book, an exploration of how the interaction of politics and institutions affects educational outcomes
This year, the Challenges of Government Conference will look at the 'Future of Government', analysing how technological changes, new kinds of politics and different approaches to addressing inequality can be harnessed for the public good.
Tracing the evolution of ‘emerging markets’ as an organising concept in international financial markets and discussing the wisdom of developing countries opening to unrestricted capital flows
A discussion of current issues in Brazilian governance and politics, co-hosted by the Building Integrity Programme
Bringing together an interdisciplinary community of scholars and practitioners who are doing rigorous and solution-oriented empirical research
A panel discussion co-hosted with the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
Dr Abdirahman Dualeh Beileh will discuss Somalia’s fiscal reforms, economic growth and the pathway to clearing national debt
The Blavatnik School’s annual conference, bringing together a global, multidisciplinary and cross-sector audience to discuss solutions to some of the world’s toughest challenges.