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National security in an age of massive movements of people across borders is a universal concern that involves complex issues. While borders have different characteristics and challenges, there are areas of commonality. Fortunately, the ...
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In the U.S., recent headlines have focused on such issues as the debt ceiling, the recent credit rating downgrade, and unemployment. But consider this: increasing the average growth rate in the U.S. by one percentage point over the next ...
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This Communications Forum event was held on September 22, 2011, in Bartos Theater at the MIT Media Lab Is local news a casualty of the digital age? A recent report from the Federal Communications Commission suggests that although the br...
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Are the current efforts by some governors to eliminate or curtail collective bargaining an attack on workers' rights or fiscal necessity? One of the Institute's key thinkers and a national expert in this area, Professor Thomas A. Kochan ...
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The eminent MIT professor, author most recently of Alone, Together, discusses her darkening view of our digitizing world, her sense of the culture of MIT and its students, and her own career with Communications Forum Director David Thorb...
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11 (Pecha Kuchas followed by discussion panel) Carlo Ratti Director, SENSEable City Lab, MIT Panelists: Clara Gaymard, CEO & National Executive, GE France, Lorenza Martínez, Undersecretary of Industr...
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