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-Miranda Daniloff Mancusi, Fellows Director

 

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Leaders from academic, government, corporate, and non-profit life -- the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government Fellows -- are invited to engage in the ongoing private sector and public policy debate at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government and become members of the Center's community. Fellows gather from around the world, bringing an impressive range of expertise and experience to M-RCBG. Kennedy School of Government
Marshall Carter, Senior Fellow The Center attracts the highest-level corporate executives, government officials, and experienced scholars, as well as promising young leaders, to spend an academic term or year to explore contemporary research and engage in the central mission of M-RCBG. Fellows are selected through a competitive process. Funding for fellows typically comes from their sponsoring organizations.
The Fellows Program provides the opportunity for its Fellows to interact with world-class faculty; organize conferences and executive sessions; participate in colloquia; and write program proposals, case studies, books, and articles. They are selected as M-RCBG Fellows because they bring focused agendas that further enhance the research priorities of the Center. Yutaka and Yuri Kawashima with Prof.  Ezra Vogel

 
 
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