Susan Dynarski and Matthew Chingos of the Urban Institute devised a March Madness bracket-style tournament comparing tuition and loan systems in their April 2 article, “An international final four: which country handles student debt best?” They...
A group of master’s students from the Ford School embarked on the school’s annual China Trip this summer, meeting with nonprofit, government, business, and academic organizations working in policy areas as diverse as technology, women’s rights,...
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Panelists will discuss the treatment of minorities in several parts of the Muslim world, including the the movement towards decriminalizing homosexuals, the Qur’an’s position on sex/gender, and the history of human rights in the Muslim world. This event follows a lecture by the Nobel-prize winning human rights lawyer Shirin Ebadi, who will participate in the panel discussion.
University of Michigan
Ross School of Business
Colloquium (6th Floor)
This conference will examine China’s changing development model and the role of industrial upgrading in promoting new sources of growth and development. Presented by Ross China Initiatives, LSA Department of Economics, and the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, and co-sponsored by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and Ross Executive Education.
Causal Inference in Education Research Seminar (CIERS)
Barry Rabe explains that even though the U.K. and the U.S. have taken divergent paths since the Kyoto Protocol, cross-continental climate change learning and collaboration has still taken place. October, 2009.