Professor Michael Harvey talks to Professor Camille Paglia about the role of women in leadership.
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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
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
We talk to Professor Daniel Press about his new book and the future of environmental policy in America.
“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
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.
December 2, 2014
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.
“Hiding your light under a bushel is not a winning strategy” : top law professors give their advice to young academics
October 30, 2014
Looking back on a long career, what would you do if you could have your time again? We asked Jan Smits, Michael Trebilcock and Mark Tushnet what advice they would give their younger selves.