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2/11/2002, 3:00, Bartos Dr. Gerold Yonas Sandia National Laboratories mission is "to help our nation secure a peaceful and free world through technology." Since September 11, 2001, Sandia's Advanced Concepts Group has been engaged in...
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01/23/2002, 5:00 PM, E51-345 Olivier Blanchard Ricardo Caballero Roberto Rigobon Three members of the Economics Department came together for a discussion on where the world economy appears to be going, and the potential implicati...
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01/11/2002, 11:00 AM, E51-345 Globalization is for the first time being hit by a global economic hard landing. What happens to globalization in the process? What should one expect to see when it comes to a recovery? How do companies an...
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05/13/2002, 5:30, 10-485 William J. Mitchell Anthony J. Townsend When cities have suffered major destruction in the past, through fire, earthquake, bombing, and so on, the physical rebuilding task has involved (1) recreating network...
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04/29/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Edward T. Linenthal In this talk, Edward Linenthal discusses the similarities and differences in cultural reactions to the events of September 11, 2001, and the aftermath of the Oklahoma City terrorist bombin...
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03/04/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Kevin Rozario Kevin Rozario uses the two most devastating urban catastrophes in American history, the Chicago fire of 1871 and the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, to explore how extraordinary recovery from ...
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2/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores th...
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02/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores t...
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