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IES Hosts: David Ost "Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right"

"Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right" David Ost Professor of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Regional Fellow, Institute for European…

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2020 FMNP Market Manager Guidelines for COVID-19

This webinar was prepared in August 2020. COVID-19 guidance continues to evolve at the state and county levels. Please check with your city or county health department for any new guidelines, such…

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Milstein Invited Lecture - Phil Zimmermann

Zoom Recording ID: 96610307248 UUID: mZ1ztoAtR22wXeIQs0Cm0g== Meeting Time: 2020-07-30T23:46:15Z

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Smuggling in Southeast Asia: The Past in the Present

Southeast Asia is a crossroads for trade routes that pass between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, historically and in our own time. These pathways (both legal and illegal) transect the…

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Reap What You Sow? Privacy and Economic Distribution in Digital Agriculture

Karen Levy, Assistant Professor, Computing and Information Science, Department of Information Science at Cornell University, and associate member of the faculty of Cornell Law School. May 20th,…

From  Jennifer Wright 19 plays

Is Global Agriculture Growing more Resilient to Climate Shocks?

Ariel Ortiz-Bobea, Assistant Professor, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. June 17th, 2019.

From  Jennifer Wright 28 plays

20190702_SCT_Ankhi Mukherjee

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20190617_School of Criticism and Theory Public Lectures

From  Carla Liesching 14 plays

IES Migrations Series: The Future of EU? Immigration and the Rise of Populism

Freedom House reports that its global index of civil rights and political liberties has been declining for 13 consecutive years from 2005 till 2018, with 68 countries experiencing a net decline in…

From  Pamela Hampton 22 plays

03 - Baby Bonds: A Bold Policy to Reverse the Tide of Inequality - Hamilton

Darrick Hamilton - Baby Bonds: A Bold Policy to Reverse the Tide of Inequality

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IES Migrations Series: Family Separation Lessons from Europe's Past

Europe has a long history of family separation, which includes both violent immigration control and advocacy against these discriminatory practices. In this panel, scholars who have researched…

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Privacy-Protecting Smart Contracts at Scale -- Noah Johnson

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Session 8: Union Growth and Decline

2018-02-22 00:00:00+00

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Session 21: Comparative Labor Relations, A Focus on China

2018-04-24 00:00:00+00

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06 - Risk and Ambiguity in the Nervous System

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17 - Discussion of : The Adolescent Brain: New Views from Neuroimaging

The Third Biennial Urie Bronfenbrenner Conference The Neuroscience of Risky Decision Making September 22-23, 2011 102 Mann Library (off the lobby) Cornell University

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