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We don’t know what Chinese President Xi Jinping’s endgame is: Elizabeth J. Perry
Sat, Jan 17 2015. 01 17 AM

We don’t know what Chinese President Xi Jinping’s endgame is: Elizabeth J. Perry

The director of the Harvard-Yenching Institute on the impact of a slowing Chinese economy
Why and how cities succeed
Wed, Jan 14 2015. 02 20 PM

Why and how cities succeed

For economic success, cities need to track and train smart people, and then get out of their way, according to Havard University’s Edward Glaeser
Global consequences of corruption
Wed, Jan 14 2015. 12 28 PM

Global consequences of corruption

Small, incremental bribes can create a moral climate where large-scale corruption becomes pervasive
Anjali Sastry & Kara Penn: Making a success of failure
Sun, Jan 11 2015. 06 21 PM

Anjali Sastry & Kara Penn: Making a success of failure

Planning projects in repeatable chunks rather than in one grandiose shot and prioritizing tasks that test basic assumptions can help you learn from mistakes
Make in India should focus on advanced manufacturing: Harvard’s Nohria
Tue, Jan 06 2015. 12 27 AM

Make in India should focus on advanced manufacturing: Harvard’s Nohria

Nitin Nohria says the country needs better infrastructure and easier regulations to encourage new business models and entrepreneurship
Harvard scientist lights up neurons to find brain cures
Wed, Dec 17 2014. 12 17 PM

Harvard scientist lights up neurons to find brain cures

Seeing neurons at work may let researchers track brain activity, including firing patterns of cells affected by disorders like epilepsy or multiple sclerosis
Meet Vivek Murthy, US’s youngest-ever surgeon general
Tue, Dec 16 2014. 08 36 PM

Meet Vivek Murthy, US’s youngest-ever surgeon general

The Harvard grad has founded Doctors for Obama for Obamacare but faced NRA ire for his opinion on gun control
Fat-burning pill closer to reality, Harvard Researchers say
Tue, Dec 09 2014. 09 19 AM

Fat-burning pill closer to reality, Harvard Researchers say

Researcher says you could someday come up with a pill that would replace a treadmill in terms of its ability to burn fat or burn calories
Managment idea: Analysing the boss from hell
Tue, Nov 25 2014. 05 12 PM

Managment idea: Analysing the boss from hell

One of the reasons for the emergence of rude bosses is the culture they are exposed to
NCDs, mental illnesses to cost India $4.58 trillion by 2030
Mon, Nov 10 2014. 11 43 AM

NCDs, mental illnesses to cost India $4.58 trillion by 2030

Cardiovascular diseases, mental health major contributors to economic impact of non-communicable diseases, says the report by World Economic Forum and Harvard School of Public Health

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