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“Except for a few strong-willed queens political governance and commercial management were masculine prerogatives from the dawn of civilization” – Michael Harvey talks leadership with Camille Paglia

November 4, 2015

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Professor Michael Harvey talks to Professor Camille Paglia about the role of women in leadership.

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American environmental policy: “The ‘good-enoughism’ that characterizes the last 50 years should be replaced with policies that truly work” – An interview with Daniel Press

June 11, 2015

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We talk to Professor Daniel Press about his new book and the future of environmental policy in America.

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“There is much more to academic life than what we are taught in our graduate seminars” : Top Political Scientists Offer Their Advice

January 15, 2015

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Developing an academic career involves a lot of hard work and determination.  Senior political scientists Benjamin J. Cohen and Bruce Bueno de Mesquita give their advice to budding scholars looking to get ahead.

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Legal Issues in International Energy Governance – an interview with Rafael Leal-Arcas

December 2, 2014

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What are the best ways to regulate and govern the production and use of energy in an increasingly energy dependent – and resource scarce – world?  A recently published book International Energy Governance: Selected Legal Issues looks at this question. Here, co-author Dr. Rafael Leal-Arcas tells us his thoughts on the state of energy governance and the direction in which it is heading.

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“Hiding your light under a bushel is not a winning strategy” : top law professors give their advice to young academics

October 30, 2014

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Looking back on a long career, what would you do if you could have your time again? We asked Jan SmitsMichael Trebilcock and Mark Tushnet what advice they would give their younger selves.

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