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*Jeffrey Williams
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Steven Wilson
*Simon Zadek


Asia Programs Fellows

Jiming Cai
Qiaobin Feng
Xiaolin_Gong
Tingchun Han
Hyo- Shang Khang
Tao Li
Xiangmin Liu

Yanchun Meng
Huaping Mu
YungJeng Pao

Sin Por Shiu
Xuesong Wang
Lin Yang
Asia Programs Fellows
Kansai Keizai Doyukai Fellow

Hironori Kakiguchi

Asia Programs Fellows
New World Fellows

Dongrong Li
Yong Shang

Repsol-YPF Harvard Kennedy School Fellows
Ana María Herrera
Osmel Manzano
Juan-Pablo Montero
Ian Sue Wing
Gernot Wagner

* denotes Senior Fellow


Former M-RCBG Fellows

Marshall N. Carter Marshall CarterMarshall N. Carter is Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange. He is retired Chairman and CEO of State Street Bank and Trust Company and is a Senior Fellow at M-RCBG. Carter's research focus involves management and leadership in government and business. In September 2001, Carter was appointed by Acting Governor Jane Swift to chair a special task force to review Massport operations in the wake of security concerns at Logan Airport. A graduate of West Point, Carter holds a Master's degree in operations research and systems analysis and a Master's in science, technology and public policy. marshall_carter@ksg.harvard.edu

John Ebersole John Ebersole serves as the Associate Provost and Dean of Extended Education at Boston University. In this capacity he is responsible for the University's distance and international education programs. Before his arrival at Boston University he served as an associate provost at Colorado State University. As a Senior Fellow and a recipient of the Sandler Fellowship in Education, Mr. Ebersole will be exploring innovation in higher education, more specifically the factors that both foster and block innovation. He is currently working on a Doctorate of Education at George Washington University. Fall 2005
Mark Fagan Mark Fagan will work for the year with Tony Gomez-Ibanez on joining the shifting debate on the best path forward for regulation of the electric utility industry, and will take a comparative approach to lessons learned from deregulation in other industries. A Senior Fellow, Mr. Fagan is founding partner of the management and consulting firm, Norbridge, Inc, and was Vice President at Mercer Management Consulting. He also holds a Masters degree in regional planning and transportation from Harvard University. Not-In-Residence mark_fagan@ksg.harvard.edu
John Foote John Foote from 1995-2005 was the co-founder and Executive Vice-President of Transcore, a transportation engineering company, specializing in "intelligent transportation systems and services," such as electronic toll collection. Previously he was a managing partner for Lewis, Foote and Company in Philadelphia, a private investment partnership. He has also Managing Director of Chase Manhattan, Asia Ltd, in Hong Kong. He will be researching the US Department of Transportation's vehicle-infrastructure-integration (VII) initiative. As a Senior Fellow, he will be consulting with Tony Gomez-Ibanez and with John Donahue. john_foote@ksg.harvard.edu
Jerome Grossman Jerome Grossman Jerome Grossman, M.D. is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Harvard/Kennedy School Health Care Delivery Policy Program. Grossman is also Chairman Emeritus of New England Medical Center, Inc., where he served as Chairman and CEO from 1979-1995, and is an honorary physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital. As a Senior Fellow at M-RCBG, Grossman authored a report on the state of health care in Massachusetts. jerome_grossman@ksg.harvard.edu
Thomas J. Healey Thomas J. HealeyThomas J. Healey is an Advisory Director of Goldman, Sachs & Co. He is currently a Senior Fellow and Adjunct Lecturer at the Kennedy School of Government. Before joining Goldman Sachs, he was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance under President Reagan. He graduated from Georgetown University in 1964 and Harvard Business School in 1966. Healey speaks and writes frequently on such investment-related topics such as global pension fund management, the growth of defined contribution plans, the application of quality management to the pension industry, real estate, alternative investments, soft dollars and social security. thomas_healey@ksg.harvard.edu

Mark Kramer Mark Kramer is a Senior Fellow working on the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative with John Ruggie and Jane Nelson. Kramer is currently Managing Director and Founder of the Foundation Strategy Group, LLC in Boston, as well as Chairman and Founder of the Center for Effective Philanthropy, Inc. in Cambridge. He has numerous publications, including several with the Harvard Business Review and Chronicle of Philanthropy. Kramer is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and holds a Masters from the Wharton School of Finance. mark_kramer@ksg.harvard.edu

Jun Kurihara Jun Kurihara, a Senior Fellow, was a Senior Economist at the Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI) in Japan. His research focuses on Japan's industrial rejuvenation from the perspective of venture capital activity. In addition to his work with FRI, he has taught at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, chaired the Working Group on Economic Statistics and served as a Senior Member of the Japan Statistics Council for the Government of Japan. Kurihara earned his Masters degree in 1993 from Kyoto University. While at M-RCBG, he is conducting research on Japan's response to globalization with Dennis Encarnation, Director of the Asia-Pacific Policy Program. jun_kurihara@ksg.harvard.edu

Jennifer Light Jennifer Light Jennifer Light is Assistant Professor at Northwestern University in the School of Communication and the Department of Sociology. Light received her PhD in history of science from Harvard University in 1999. Light's recent research has focused on the history of information and communication technology in city governments. During Light's M-RCBG fellowship, she is working with the Young Faculty Leaders Forum with Richard Light. jennifer_light@ksg.harvard.edu

Jacques Mistral Jacques Mistral's professionnal experience extended from the academia to the government as well as to the private sector. As a Professor of economics, he has had a long teaching career at the Institut d'etudes politiques and at Ecole Polytechnique. He has served as the Economic adviser to two french Prime Ministers, Mr Michel Rocard and Laurent Fabius. Eight years with the AXA group, a world leader in insurance and financial services, his responsibilities have successively been CEO of the International risks subsidiary, EVP for Asia, EVP for Human ressources and finally EVP-Finance. Back to the public service, Jacques Mistral has been Counselor for financial affairs at the French Embassy in Washington DC from 2001 until now. At the Kennedy School, his research is focused on three aspects: international economic and financial relations; the political economy of Europe and the US; responsible management of global companies.jacques_mistral@ksg.harvard.edu
Arben Malaj Jennifer Light Arben Malaj is formerly the Finance Minister of Albania. Previously he held the position of Minister of Economy in Albania. Earlier he has been engaged in the Parliament of Albania as a Chief of the Parliamentary Commission for Economy, Finance and Privatization. Mr. Malaj has been Minister of Finance and Governor for Albania at the World Bank. As a Senior Fellow, Mr. Malaj will work with Linda Bilmes and others on long term sustainable economic development determinants and the need of reforms and effective policies for Albania. arben_malaj@ksg.harvard.edu

Michael L. Michael Michael MichaelMichael L. Michael, Senior Fellow, lawyer and financial services industry consultant, has spent close to twenty years as an executive at securities firms. Most recently, he was Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer and Ethics Officer at Fidelity Investments in Boston. Prior to Fidelity, Michael was Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Tucker Anthony Incorporated, a Boston-based regional broker-dealer. Michael has been an industry leader on issues involving broker-dealer regulation. While at M-RCBG, Michael is collaborating with Cary Coglianese on understanding the effect of intense regulation on employee conduct. michael_michael@ksg.harvard.edu

Jane Nelson Jane NelsonJane Nelson is a Senior Fellow and Director of the M-RCBG's Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative. She is also Director of the Business Leadership and Strategy at the Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum. During 2001 she worked in the office of the UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, preparing a report for the United Nations General Assembly on cooperation between the UN and the private sector, which supported the first UN resolution on such cooperation. She holds an MA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University, and a BSc. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Natal, South Africa. jane_nelson@ksg.harvard.edu

Linda Peek Schacht Linda Peek SchachtLinda Peek Schacht's is the Chair of the Department of Organizational and Political Communication at Boston's Emerson College. Her three-decade career advising leaders in every sector on strategy and communications includes appointments in the White House Press Office and the U.S. Senate Leadership staff. She was most recently vice president, director of public affairs and communications strategy at The Coca-Cola Company. From 1983-1988 Linda was spokesperson for the U.S. Senate Democratic Leader and communications director for the Senate Democratic Policy Committee. She was also the first public affairs director of USA Today, focusing on the development, testing, and launch of the newspaper. A Senior Fellow, Peek Schacht is working on a book tentatively titled "The Responsible Leader." linda_peek_schacht@ksg.harvard.edu
William Rosenberg William Rosenberg's career has spanned fourteen years as a corporate lawyer and energy environmental consultant, eleven years as a real estate developer and venture capitalist and thirteen years of public service. He was appointed by President George Bush to head the EPA's Clean Air Program. Working with Roger Porter, Rosenberg implemented the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. Portions of Rosenberg's research at M-RCBG which focused on developing a financing and regulatory plan to support large-scale investment in electricity generation from coal gasification were included in the recent Energy Bill. Rosenberg is also affiliated with the Belfer Center. In-Residence. william_rosenberg@ksg.harvard.edu
James Rosenfield James Rosenfield is a Senior Fellow working with John Ruggie and Mark Moore. His research for the spring semester at M-RCBG will focus on the changing dynamics of the interaction between International NGOs and multinational corporations; and the implications. Mr. Rosenfield is co-founder of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), a leading international energy research and advisory firm. In addition to being
the driving force behind CERA's growth, Mr. Rosenfield has created and produced CERAWeek, which has been recognized as the world's most influential annual gathering of top energy industry executives and government ministers; and edited or co-edited numerous studies. He was Production Executive for "The Commanding Heights," a 5-part national television series on the emergence of the global economy. Mr. Rosenfield holds an MBA from Boston University and studied Social Studies at Harvard College.
james_rosenfield@ksg.harvard.edu
Robert K. Steel Robert K. Steel was most recently Vice Chairman of the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Steel is also a member of the New York Stock Exchange where he has served on various committees and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Securities Industry Association. He is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Duke University and is the Chairman of the Duke University Management Company (DUMAC), the organization responsible for managing the University's endowment and other investment assets. As a Senior Fellow at M-RCBG, Steel will work with Richard Zeckhauser on issues related to corporate governance. robert.steel@gs.com

Alan M. Trager Alan TragerAlan M. Trager is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Business and Government.Additionally, Alan is an Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at the Kennedy School. He will be teaching a new module in Degree Programs this year on Public-Private Partnerships. His appointment as Senior Advisor to the Dean ended after successful completion of the re-organization of Executive Education. He has been active in the public, nonprofit and private sectors since graduating from the Kennedy School of Government in 1972. Trager was founder and chairman of AMT Capital Management in New York City. Prior to founding AMT Capital, he was a managing director at Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. As a M-RCBG Senior Fellow, he is working with Jack Donahue and Mark Moore on collaborative governance. alan_trager@ksg.harvard.edu

Jeffrey R. Willams Jeff Williams Jeffrey R. Williams is the Chairman of the Shenzhen Development Bank in China. He has over twenty years professional experience in financial services in greater China. He was previously Chief Executive Officer, Taiwan for Standard Chartered Bank and General Manager, Taiwan for American Express. At Citibank, Williams opened the bank's first branch in Shenzhen, China. Williams earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and his AB from Harvard College, and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. He taught at Peking University in 1979-80. While at M-RCBG, Williams has conducted research on corporate governance concerns of multinational firms doing business with China. Not-in-Residence. Fall 2003 - Fall 2005
Steven Wilson Steven Wilson Steven Wilson is the first recipient of Michael R. Sandler Fellowship for M-RCBG Senior Fellows. Wilson is the former Chairman and CEO of Advantage Schools, an urban education management company that merged with Mosaica Education to create the nation's second largest charter school operator. Prior to founding Advantage, Wilson was former Executive Director of the Pioneer Institute, as well as Special Assistant for Strategic Planning for Massachusetts Governor William Weld. As a M-RCBG Senior Fellow, Wilson completed his book, "Learning on the Job: When Business Takes On Public Schools" published by Harvard University Press this fall. Wison is also a Senior Fellow at Education Sector. steven_wilson@ksg.harvard.edu
Simon Zadek Simon Zadek is a Senior Fellow working with John Ruggie and Jane Nelson on M-RCBG's Corporate Responsibility Initiative (CSR.) Zadek is currently Chief Executive of AccountAbility, a non-profit international membership institute committed to promoting accountability for sustainable development. He has served on distinguished councils such as the UN Commission for Social Development Expert Group on CSR, and has published prolifically in the field. Zadek holds a PhD in Economics and Political Science from London University. simon_zadek@ksg.harvard.edu
Asia Programs Fellows
Jiming Cai Jiming Cai is a professor of Economics in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences from Tsinghua University. Mr. Cai will be conducting a comparative study of agricultural and land tenure systems and policies in the United States and China, where 900 million live in rural regions. He is the author of over a hundred academic papers and six textbooks. His faculty sponsor is Anthony Saich. Mr. Cai holds a PhD from Nankai University in Political Economy and is joining the Asia Fellows Program on a Fulbright Scholarship. jiming_cai@ksg.harvard.edu
Qiaobin Feng Qiaobin Feng is an Associate Dean of Accounting College the Chongquing Institute of Technology. Dr. Feng is also an Associate Professor of Economics. Her research interests are around the relationship between the government and the market. With Jay Rosengard, she will be looking at the reform of public finance policy of non-profit organizations in China as well exploring issues around property vs. public finance in China. She has a Ph.D in Public Finance from the Research Institution of the Ministry of Finance in China. qiaobin_feng@ksg.harvard.edu
Xiaolin Gong Xiaolin Gong is currently conducting research at CBG with Anthony Saich on globalization challenges facing Chinese companies. She was a visiting fellow at Monterey Institute of International Studies. Her research at MIIS focused on the globalization of China's consumer electronics and information technology industries, leveraging on her many years of consulting experience with a number of leading Chinese high-tech companies. She is on leave from Shandong University, where she is a Ph.D. candidate in Business Administration. Gong holds MA and BA degrees in Economics. xiaolin_gong@ksg.harvard.edu

Tingchun Han Tingchun Han is the Tsinghua University/New World Fellow and is a professor at the School of Public Policy and Tsinghua University in China. He holds a Ph.D in Quantitative Economics at the Chinese Academy of Social Science. Working with Anthony Saich, he will be researching issues related to economic growth, financial development as well as broadening his research fields of public policy and management. In-Residence. Fall 2005

Hyo-Shang Khang Hyo-Shang Khang is currently the Business & Technology Editor for The Chosun Daily News in Seoul, Korea. Mr. Khang began his career at The Chosun Daily News 20 years ago as a staff writer. After spending 5 years as the Washington Correspondent, Mr. Khang became the Vice-Editor for the Business Desk. Mr. Khang holds a LL.M. from American University, Washington D.C. As a M-RCBG Asia Programs Fellow, Mr. Khang will research on government regulations around the world and explore the most efficient market activating tool applied on the Korean Information Communication Technology industry. Mr. Khang is also a Visiting Scholar at the Korea Institute, Harvard University Faculty Arts & Sciences. Hyo_Shang_Kang@ksg.harvard.edu
Tao LiTao Li is currently the Secretary for Executive Vice President, The General Office, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China. Dr. Li holds a Ph.D. in Economics from The Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China. Dr. Li will study the effect of globalization, essentially characterized by the deepening of international division of labors, on the long-run growth of developed and developing countries. Tao_Li@ksg.harvard.edu
Xiangmin Liu Xiangmin Liu is an attorney specializing in complicated corporate and financial legal matters. He is responsible for advising leading corporate clients and financial institutions on cross-border transactions, securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Liu will be focusing on banking reform in China both in the realms of corporate governance and government regulation. He has also been a consultant to the World Bank where he has worked on public sector reform and governance issues. Mr. Liu graduated from Peking University in Beijing with a degree in economics and received his JD from Yale University. xiangmin_liu@ksg.harvard.edu
Yanchun Meng Yanchun Meng comes to CBG as an associate professor at School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University. Meng holds a PhD from Peking University. His research interests focus on urban and regional development and management. His co-author work "Study on Suburbanization in Beijing" (in Chinese, China Science Press) and papers "Suburbanization in China: a Case Study of Shenyang" (China City Planning Review), and "Analyzing Urban Population Change Patterns in Shenyang, China 1982-90: Density Function and Spatial Association Approaches" (Geographic Information Sciences) discuss the decentralization in China since late 1980's. Meng will work, under the sponsorship of Tony Saich and Asia Programs, on comparing urban China's governance innovation with US cities. Spring 2005 - Fall 2005
Huaping Mu Huaping Mu is the Deputy Secretary General, Chongqing Municipal Government of China. Prior to his current position, he has served as the Deputy Director General, Chongqing Science and Technology. Dr. Mu holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Tsinghua University, China. Dr. Mu will research on the industrial transformation of two similar urban cities: Chicago and Chongqing. Huaping_Mu@ksg.harvard.edu
YungJeng Pao YungJeng Pao is Counselor to Financial Affairs between the Mainland and Taiwan with the Taiwan Financial Research and Training Institute. He is working on Taiwan's countermeasures under the new framework of WTO and ASEAN as well as regional economic integration. He is especially interested in focusing on practical conditions for Taiwan and strategies for foreign trade policymakers. He holds a PhD. in International Economic Law, China University of Political Science and Law. yungjeng_pao@ksg.harvard.edu
Sin Por Shiu Sin Por Shiu is Executive Director of the One Country Two Systems Research Institute, the largest non-governmental political and public policy think tank in Hong Kong. Mr. Shiu will be working with Anthony Saich on research around the Sino-British Negotiation Over Hong Kong. He will be looking at the approaches of the two governments in their dealing with 1997 issue over the future of Hong Kong in light of eight years of implementation of the Joint Declaration. From 1985-1990, he was Deputy Secretary-General for the Secretariat of the Consultative Committee for the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. sin_por_shiu@ksg.harvard.edu
Xuesong Wang Xuesong Wang is the Director, OFII Division, the Fund Supervision Department of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Her research will focus on the effects of the development of institutional investors on capital markets and their regulation. The main issue concerned is how to improve the law, regulation and to set up effective regulatory mechanisms to promote rapid development of institutional investors. She holds a PhD in Economics from the China People's University. xuesong_wang@ksg.harvard.edu

Lin Yang is currently the English News Anchor and Reporter for numerous programs on China Central Television (CCTV): CCTV  News, World Wide Watch, China Today and Sports Scene. CCTV is China’s national 24-hour English News channel keeping a close watch on world affairs from a Chinese perspective. Prior to joining CCTV, Ms. Yang had abundant professional experience in different levels of government in Hubei Province. Her research will focus on the changing role of the media in China with respect to the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. Lin_Yang@ksg.harvard.edu

Asia Programs Fellows
Kansai Keizai Doyukai Fellow
Hironori Kakiguchi Hironori Kakiguchi is this year's Doyukai fellow he is a staff member in the Planning/IR Group of the Kasai Electric Power Co. Inc in Osaka Japan . His responsibilities include the development of financial strategies and to manage investor relations especially related to foreign investors. His research will focus on developing appropriate enterprise risk management models for utility companies. He also plans to look at the merits and demerits of deregulations of utilities. He holds a BA in Economics for Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. hironori_kakiguchi@ksg.harvard.edu
Asia Programs Fellows
New World Fellows
Dongrong Li Dongrong Li is one of this year's New World Fellows. Mr. Li is the Deputy Administrator of China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange with responsibilities including regulating foreign exchange market. He will be researching foreign exchange regimes and the financial stability in the opening process of emerging market countries. Mr. Li holds a PhD. in Economics from the Central University of Finance and Economics. Fall 2005
Yong Shang Yong Shang is one of this year's New World Fellows. Mr. Shang is the Vice Minister for Science and Technology in China, where he is responsible for the formulation of strategies for China's science and technology development and research. He will researching theoretic development of current science and technology policies as well as explore opportunities and challenges for developing countries brought by economic and science and technology globalization. He holds a PhD from China University of Mining. Fall 2005
Repsol-YPF Harvard Kennedy School Fellows

Ana Maria Herrera Ana María Herrera is an Assistant Professor at Michigan State University. Her research interests are macroeconomics, monetary policy, and econometrics. Her current research focuses on the macroeconomic effects of oil price shocks, with particular emphasis on the role of inventories in explaining the significant time delay between the occurrence of a sharp increase in the price of crude oil and the following slowdown in U.S. GDP growth. More recently, she has been interested in whether the change in the monetary policy rule during the Volcker-Greenspan era is at least partially responsible for the change in how the economy responds to oil price shocks. She holds a PhD. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego. ana_maría_herrera@ksg.harvard.edu

Osmel Manzano Osmel Manzano is Principal Economist at the Andean Development Corporation (CAF) since August 2000, and Coordinator of the Research Program since March 2002. He is also Assistant Professor at Universidad Catolica Andres Bello since September 2000 and has been invited to teach at different Latin American universities. He has been working on the issues of development on resource abundant countries with an emphasis on oil abundance. He is currently working on the interactions of price volatility with the tax structure of the oil sector and its effects on investment, fiscal revenue and macroeconomic stability. He holds a Ph.D. Degree in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. osmel_manzano@ksg.harvard.edu
Juan-Pablo Montero Juan-Pablo Montero is Associate Professor of Economics at the Catholic University of Chile, Research Associate at the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research and was Visiting Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management during 2001-2002. Professor Montero received a Civil Engineering degree from the Catholic University of Chile and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from MIT. His research concentrates on the fields of industrial organization and environmental economics and has appeared, among others, in the Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Economics Perspectives, Journal of Public Economics, RAND Journal of Economics and Journal of Law and Economics. He is in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Applied Economics and the International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics, and is Co-Editor of Cuadernos de Economia-Latin American Journal of Economics. He also has been a consultant for the Government of Chile, private corporations and international organizations.
Ian Sue Wing Ian Sue Wing is an Assistant Professor in the Geography Department at Boston University (BU), and a research affiliate of the Center for Energy & Environmental Studies at BU and the Joint Program on the Science & Policy of Global Change at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He holds a Ph.D. in Technology, Management & Policy from MIT and a M.Sc. in economics from Oxford University, where he was the 1994 Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholar. Dr. Sue Wing conducts research and teaching on the economic analysis of energy and environmental policy, with an emphasis on climate change and computational general equilibrium (CGE) analysis of economies' adjustment to macroeconomic shocks. His current research includes investigation of the sources of long-run change in the energy intensity of the U.S. economy, the theoretical and empirical performance of absolute versus intensity-based emission limits under economic and environmental uncertainties, the implications of trade-mediated international productivity spillovers for global carbon emissions and leakage, and the performance of different methods of representing endogenous technological change in CGE models for climate change policy analysis. He is currently supported by a grant from the Department of Energy's Office of Science. ian_sue_wing@ksg.harvard.edu
Gernot Wagner Gernot Wagner is a Ph.D. student in Political Economy and Government at Harvard, where he is a pre-doctoral fellow in the Environmental Economics Program. His research interests are in environmental and natural resource economics, growth and development. Under the Repsol Fellowship, Gernot plans to conduct a comparative accounting study of social and environmental costs across different energy sources. His work so far has focused on issues relating sustainability and green accounting. Gernot was awarded a Thomas T. Hoopes Prize for his undergraduate thesis. An Austrian citizen, he holds a bachelor's degree in environmental science and public policy from Harvard and a master's in economics from Stanford. gernot_wagner@ksg.harvard.edu
 
 
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