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Sarah Abdelkader
Sarah Abdelkader worked with Cary Coglianese and the Regulatory Policy Program on a risk-informed safety framework study for the Federal Railroad Administration. She came to the Center as a management and program analyst with the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge, and has previously worked with the RAND Corporation as an Associate Engineer. (September 2004 - June 2005)

Osvaldo Agripino de Castro Jr.
Osvaldo Agripino de Castro Jr. is Professor of Regulation of Transports and Harbours and Maritime Law at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (Rio de Janeiro) and Master in Law Program of UNIVALI, Santa Catarina. Deck Officer Brazilian Merchant Marine (1983/1987). B.A. Law School of State of Rio de Janeiro University; LLM. Constitutional Law (1996); PhD in Law and Development (UFSC); Visiting Scholar at Stanford Law School (2000). Author of Introduction to Law and Development: Comparative Study to reform judicial system (Brazilian Bar Association, 2004, 864 p.) among others publications about US/Brazilian Legal Systems, Comparative Law, Maritime Law and Regulatory Law. Research interests: Regulation of Infrastructure (harbours and transports). (September 2007 - January 2008).

Susan Anderson. Susan is General Counsel for the Executive Office of Elder Affairs in Massachusetts, which administers and coordinates a comprehensive system of programs and services for elders in the Commonwealth.  She previously directed the regulatory and adjudicatory proceedings conducted by the Massachusetts Division of Insurance, including determining insurance rates; and reviewing and approving rules of operation of the residual market entities. Ms. Anderson chairs the Health Law Section Council of the Massachusetts Bar Association, serves on the Advisory Board of the New England Pension Assistance Project, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Kennedy Schoolof Government New England Alumni Association.  She is past chair of the MBA Access to Justice Section Council, and served on the Board of the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts.  She holds an AB from Mount Holyoke College, a JD from Boston University School of Law, and an MPA from the Kennedy School of Government.  (January 2007 - January 2008)

Thillai Rajan Annamalai was a Fulbright Nehru Senior Research Fellow in global business studies. His research concerned the area of infrastructure financing, with specific reference to the role of Private Equity in infrastructure creation with Professor Tony Gomez-Ibanez. Thillai Rajan is currently a faculty member at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras. Before joining academia, he was a venture fund manager at IL&FS Investment Managers Limited and subsequently an operations manager at Infosys Technologies. Mr. Rajan’s areas of interest include corporate and project finance, private equity, and real options. His research articles have appeared in Energy Policy and Utilities Policy. He also frequently writes topical articles in the business dailies. More recently, he authored a comprehensive a review report on the Indian Venture Capital Industry. He holds an engineering and science degree from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India and a doctorate in management from the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. (January - June 2010)

Giancarlo Bruno is Head of Banking and Capital Markets with the North American affiliate of the World Economic Forum, which acts as the New York-based global headquarters for its Centre for Global Industries. Previously, at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland Giancarlo created the Investors Community – the community of alternative investors. Giancarlo spent several years in banking, starting his financial services career in corporate finance with Creditanstalt-Bankverein in Vienna and in the Geneva-based headquarters of the private banking operations of Crédit Agricole. Giancarlo spent time at the United Nations, with UNIDO, carrying research responsibilities in the field of comparative development with the Governments Funds Unit of the Mobilisation and Management of Financial Resources Division. His public sector experiences includes European Parliament assistant in Brussels. Giancarlo has a Masters in International Management of the CEMS – Community of European Management Schools – from the Wirthschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna and a BA with honors in Economics and Business Management from Università Commerciale L. Bocconi, Milan. He is conducting research in the field of social mobility. (September 2006 - January 2008).

Jiming Cai
Jiming Cai is a professor of Economics in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences from Tsinghua University. Mr. Cai conducted 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. Mr. Cai holds a PhD from Nankai University in Political Economy and joined the Asia Fellows Program on a Fulbright Scholarship.

Luc Can is Director of International Banking, the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV), one of the top government-owned banks of Vietnam. Prior to his senior fellowship at Harvard Kennedy School, he was a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow (under a Fulbright exchange program). In 2003, Dr Can was the only Vietnamese to have received the prestigious Australia-Asia Award for his doctorate program. He was also chairman of the Vietnamese Graduates from Australia Club (VGAC), Vice President of Melbourne Overseas Vietnamese Student Association (MOVSA), and President of Monash University Table Tennis Club. He has published a number of articles published in the Vietnam Finance and Money Review (2002), Auckland FMA Conference Proceedings (2006), China Economic Review (2008), Vikalpa (2008). Dr. Can holds an MBA (Finance) and a DBA (Banking) from Monash University, Australia. Dr. Can has received numerous achievement awards for his outstanding academic performance in his university and MBA studies, and for his management role at BIDV. During his senior fellowship at Harvard Kennedy School, he will focus on financial regulation in Vietnam. September 08-January 09.

Renhe Cao
Cao is an Instructor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the School of Management at Xiangtan University in China where he has been awarded the only Distinguished Young Teacher Award. He teaches courses in comparative politics and comparative public administration. He has published several books on the topic including an "Introduction to Public Administration" and "Methods in Modern Public Administration." While at CBG, Cao worked with the China Public Policy Program and Tony Saich. He researched patterns of local governments' public administration in China.

Marshall Carter
Marshall N. Carter is Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange. Carter's research focus involved management and leadership in government and business. 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. (July 2003 - June 2006)

Thanh Van Chao
Thanh Van Chau is both Dean of the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program (Fulbright School), HCM City-Vietnam, Vietnam Program and lecturer at the Department of Development Economics, University of Economics - HCM City. As a Dean of the Fulbright School, he leads faculty and is responsible for coordinating and supervising academic affairs. He teaches courses on Case Studies for Public Policy, Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policy for Developing Countries, Economic Development of East and South East Asia. Thanh Van Chau earned his Masters degree in 1995 from the Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Hague, the Netherlands where he majored in Economics of Development. At CBG, Mr. Chau worked on research with Prof. David Dapice on "China's New Economic Strategy-Lessons for Vietnam Economic Development" and on "How to Capitalize on Globalization-A Solution of Industrialization and Modernization Strategy for Vietnam?"

Kriengsak Chareonwongsak. Kriengsak is President of the Institute of Future Studies for Development in Thailand and Chairman of Success Group of Companies in Thailand. He is also a Visiting Fellow of the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University.  As a professor Kriengsak has taught at universities overseas and in Thailand on economics, public policy and development issues.  He has a PhD in Economics from Monash University, Australia and a Master’s of Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School. Prior to Thailand’s recent parliamentary dissolution, Kriengsak was an elected Member of Parliament. Currently he is on the Executive Board of the Democrat Party. (June 2007 - June 2008).

Wenhao Cheng
Wenhao Cheng is an assistant professor at the School of Public Policy and Management (SPPM), Tsinghua University. He completed his B.A. in international politics from Peking (Beijing) University and his doctoral degree in political science from Yale in 2002. His research covers a number of topics such as corruption control, electronic government, and governance. As a specialist on corruption control, Cheng founded China's first non-governmental anti-corruption research institute in 2000. He is also the co-founder of China's first research institute on electronic government. He is working on his first book on preventing political corruption through institutional innovations. While at CBG, Cheng worked with Professor Anthony Saich on the relationship between the Chinese Government and China's State Owned Enterprises (SOEs).

Penelope Collenette
Penelope Collenette was both Senior Fellow at CBG and Excutive-in-Residence at University of Ottawa. While at Harvard, she conducted research on global and corporate governance. (September 2002 - January 2003)

Jean-Jacques Degroof
Jean-Jacques Degroof came to CBG as an Affiliate Researcher from the MIT Industrial Performance Center, where he conducted research with Richard Lester on a project called "Local Innovation Systems." While a fellow at CBG he studied the spin-off policies of research universities in the Boston area. (2003 - 2005)

Baris Dincer is a Senior Fulbright Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School. Before working as a Lead Consultant to the World Bank Privatization Social Support Project, he worked at the Prime Ministry Privatization Administration in Turkey as an expert dealing with restructuring and privatization projects of formerly state-run Turkish energy and telecommunications sectors. He was member of the team responsible from the restructuring of Turkish electricity sector, UMTS Auction Commitee, and served as a board member to one of the biggest Turkish mining companies. Mr.Dincer’s research focus has been on privatization and regulatory reforms in developing countries and integration of EU energy markets. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Galatasaray University, an MBA in International Management from Bilkent and Pforzheim Universities, and a post graduate diploma in Economic Regulation and Competition from City University of London. Mr. Dincer, a native speaker of Turkish, speaks French and English fluently and has working knowledge of German.

John Ebersole
John Ebersole served as the Associate Provost and Dean of Extended Education at Boston University. As a Senior Fellow and a recipient of the Sandler Fellowship in Education, Mr. Ebersole explored innovation in higher education, more specifically the factors that both foster and block innovation. (September 2005 - June 2006)

Mark Fagan
Mr. Fagan's research centers on the role of regulation in competitive markets. He has published journal articles and working papers examining the impact of electricity restructuring on electricity prices in the United States, the results of transportation deregulation across the globe, the financing of small and medium size enterprises in China, and the safety and securities externalities associated with transporting hazardous materials. He co-authored a text book on securitization and published a series of case studies on ethics and leadership. He teaches Operations Management at Harvard Kennedy School as is an Adjunct Lecturer. He has been a frequent seminar speaker at Harvard Kennedy School's Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government; recent topics include the subprime disaster, securitization, Ponzi schemes, financial bubbles and lobbying. Mark Fagan is a founding partner of Norbridge, Inc. a general management consulting firm. He works with clients in the transportation, telecommunications and utility industries as they grapple with increasing shareholder value in a deregulated world. Prior to establishing Norbridge, He was a Vice President of Mercer Management Consulting. (2004-2011)

Chip Feiss is a Senior Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government. He is the President of M2 Inc. a  boutique investment advisory and venture capital firm. In addition he was the CEO of Vivid Image Technology and he serves on the boards of a number of  for profit and non-profit corporations and foundations. The author of two books, Chip’s research at the Kennedy School is focused on two distinct areas of interest. The first involves social enterprise and the use of entrepreneurial skills and incentives required to be successful in for profit development projects in Africa and Southeast Asia. The second pertains to rethinking the place of corporations in global life and how through redefining their roles, rights and responsibilities, they can be made to serve a broader public interest which is also essential to their own long term interests. Chip has an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

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 looked 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.

Marc Fetscherin
Marc Fetscherin worked with Jane Fountain, Director of the National Center for Digital Government. His research focused on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), the economics of digital content and consumer behavior. Fetscherin is also a founding partner and CEO of Bonfort SA., a Swiss-based company specialized in the refinement of consumer goods. (June 2004 - June 2005)

John Foote
John Foote studies transportation policy, particularly privatization where he is collaborating with HKS Professor Tony Gomez-Ibanez. John also is a visiting lecturer in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University. He was a co-founder and executive vice-president of TransCore, a transportation engineering company, specializing in intelligent transportation systems and services. Prior to TransCore, John was a principal in Lewis, Foote and Company, a private investment partnership, and a managing director of Chase Manhattan, Asia Ltd, in Hong Kong . He has a bachelor of science in engineering from Cornell University and a master of public administration from The Wharton School. (2005-2011)

Barbara Fox
Barbara Fox was a Senior Fellow on sabbatical from her position as Senior Software Architect, Cryptography and Digital Rights Management, at Microsoft. Her research with Professor Jean Camp at CBG focused on digital copyright law, public policy, and privacy issues. (September 2002 - June 2003)

Raquel Galindo
Raquel Galindo arrived at CBG a Real Collegio Complutense Scholar from the Universidad Autonoma in Madrid, Spain, where she has taught Accounting and Business Administration to Masters students for ten years. While at CBG, Galindo concentrated her research on high-risk practices in corporate accounting with Tony Gomez-Ibanez. (2003 - 2004)

Steven Gluckman
Steve Gluckman is Division President with ASI Government, a company that advises government leaders seeking to enhance the effectiveness of their organizations.  As a senior fellow, his research identified promising examples of collaboration and cross-sector solutions for addressing government workforce needs, particularly in the acquisitions and contracting sector.  Mr. Gluckman is the author of a best-selling book addressing online learning practices for large organizations and speaks regularly at conferences and meetings across North America.  He served as Special Advisor to the Democratic National Convention Committee CEO and serves on multiple advisory boards.  Mr. Gluckman holds a master of public administration from Harvard Kennedy School. (2011)

Xiaolin Gong
Xiaolin Gong conducted 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.

Jerome Grossman, M.D. was a Senior Fellow and Director of the Harvard/Kennedy School Health Care Delivery Policy Program. Drawing both from its members and work in other fields, the group developed options for transformation. In addition he led three efforts to bring these general ideas to the public. The first was the CED report, The Employer-Based Health Insurance System is Failing – What We Must Do About It, the second is a new book coauthored with Clay Christensen which is forthcoming, and the last was a series of NAE/IOM Workshops to aid the Department of Defense in Planning the next stages in the Transformation of the Military Health System. (October 2000 - April 2008)

David Grayson is Chairman, Small Business Consortium and a Partner at Irwin Grayson Associates; he will be affiliated with the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative, researching critical success factors for business-led intermediary organizations in CSR. Mr. Grayson is a former Managing-Director of Business in the Community, a UK-based organization working to improve the impact of business on society with over 750 corporate members employing some 12 million people in over 200 countries worldwide. He remains a part-time director focused on sustainability and small businesses, and chairs the UK's Small Business Consortium, which encourages responsible business practices among small and medium enterprises. The Financial Times has described him as, "one of the UK's most respected voices on business social responsibility." His books include: "Corporate Social Opportunity - Seven Steps to make Corporate Social Responsibility work for your business" and "Everybody's Business" - both with Adrian Hodges. He was co-founder and director of Project North East which has worked on enterprise and small business development in over 40 countries. Grayson was educated at the universities of Cambridge and Brussels and has held Visiting Fellowships with a number of Business Schools.

Salwa Hammami
Salwa Hammami came to the CBG Fellows Program as a graduate from the Brown University Doctoral Program in Economics, where her work focused on asset procing, behavioral finance, and applied microeconomics. Hammami has researched topics ranging from the equity-premium, to credit card debt, to labor unions in the U.S. She worked with John Ruggie and Tom Healey researching American institutional investors, international equity holdings, and the implications for foreign corporate governance. (2004 - 2005)

Fiona Hamill
Fiona Hamill is Deputy Treasury Officer of Accounts for the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS). A senior civil servant, and professional accountant, Fiona held a number of senior finance positions in public sector organisations before moving in 2006 to a more strategic role, leading the design and implementation of a financial shared services program. More recently she has moved to a new posting and now leads the team responsible for providing direction, advice and guidance on accounting and accountability matters within the NICS, which includes a commitment to raising the standard of financial management practice within the Northern Ireland public sector. Fiona’s Fulbright research will focus on identifying best practice financial management structures in the US and will look at how such structures are resourced and supported, with a specific focus on organisational culture.

Tingchun Han
Tingchun Han was a 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 researched issues related to economic growth, financial development as well as broadening his research fields of public policy and management.

Tsutomu Harada
Tsutomu Harada is Associate Professor of Business Economics at Graduate School of Business Administration, Kobe University. He was a joint Fellow with the Center for Business and Government and the U.S.- Japan Program at Harvard University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Harada's research interest included the economics of technological change and economic growth. In particular, he studied the role of general purpose technology, including Information Technology, in the Japanese economy. Before joining this program, he was a visiting scholar at INSEAD, France. (February - June 2005)

Ryozo Hayashi
Ryozo Hayashi, a Senior Fellow, was a Consulting Fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI). While at CBG, Hayashi conducted research on Japan's response to globalization. (January 2004 - June 2004)

Thomas J. Healey
Thomas J. Healey is an Advisory Director of Goldman, Sachs & Co. He is an 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. (September 2002 - June 2007)

Ana Maria Herrera
Ana María Herrera is an Assistant Professor at Michigan State University. Her research interests are macroeconomics, monetary policy, and econometrics. Her research focused 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. She studied 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. She was a 2005-2006 Repsol Fellow.

Michael Hilb
Dr. Michael Hilb, Project Manager at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and Lecturer in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the Universities of St. Gallen and Fribourg, wrote his dissertation on Corporate Social Impact Innovation. A former Visiting Research Fellow at INSEAD and Project Manager at Holcim, Hilb studied business administration at the University of Michigan Business School, the Stockholm School of Economics and graduated from the University of St. Gallen with an M.S. in international management. As a CBG Fellow, Hilb worked with Professor Sanjeev Khagram on corporate citizenship in multinational firms. (January to August 2003)

Paul Hodge
Paul Hodge holds a Bachelor's degree from Brown University, a JD from Boston University's School of Law, an MBA from Columbia University Business School. He graduated from the KSG mid-career MPA program in 2000 as a John B. Pickett Fellow in Criminal Justice Policy and Management and was honored by being awarded a Lucius N. Littauer Fellowship. As a CBG Fellow, Mr. Hodge worked on the Generations Policy Project with Professor Derek Bok. Prior to joining the Kennedy School, Mr. Hodge had a varied career as a venture capitalist, social entrepreneur, attorney, non-profit consultant, author and educator. He has conducted research in diverse fields including national aging policy, DNA and the criminal justice system, and Internet commercial law. Recently, Mr. Hodge contributed to the formation of international pension, retirement, work and elder abuse prevention polices at the United Nations Forum on Aging in Valencia, Spain. As a pro bono advocate, Mr. Hodge is leading national initiatives to raise public awareness about elder/vulnerable individual abuse and neglect.

Hideki Ide
Hideki Ide, a Senior Fellow, was Professor of Business and Commerce at Keio University in Japan where he is the leading expert on industrial organization. Dr. Ide's main area of research concerned the deregulation of energy and, in particular, the role of regulation in the midst of the deregulation movement. Working with the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Dr. Ide continued his current research on demand strategies for natural gas in the changing world energy market. Prior to coming to CBG, Dr. Ide was Visiting Scholar at Harvard in the Department of Economics (FAS), 1989-91, where he collaborated with Professor Richard Caves. (2002 - 2003)

Hironori Kakiguchi
Hironori Kakiguchi was a Doyukai fellow and 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 focused on developing appropriate enterprise risk management models for utility companies. He also looked at the merits and demerits of deregulations of utilities. He holds a BA in Economics for Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.

Yoshikazu Kawanishi
Yoshikazu Kawanishi was the Kanzai Kenzi Doyukai Fellow for 2009 - 2010. He is a staff member in the Gas Pipeline & Facilities Engineering Dept. of Osaka Gas Co., Ltd in Japan. He is engaged in designing new gas pipelines and determining the most cost effective pipeline routes. His research explored the most efficient energy investment strategies consistent with reducing carbon dioxide emissions.  Mr. Kawanishi has a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Osaka University, Japan.

Hyo-Shang Khang
Hyo-Shang Khang is 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 researched government regulations around the world and explore the most efficient market activating tool applied on the Korean Information Communication Technology industry.

Robert E. Kiernan, III
Robert E. Kiernan III is the Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Portfolio Management LLC (APM), an investment management company based in New York City. His research focuses on applying Becker's theory of "non-pecuniary motivation" to the market prices of securities and assessing the implications for socially responsible investing (SRI). Before forming APM, Mr. Kiernan spent eighteen years in the capital markets, based in New York and London with Salomon Brothers and Lehman Brothers, during which he was responsible for building, managing, and leading several global fixed income and investment banking businesses. In the public sector, he held foreign policy positions in the first Reagan administration at USIA, the National Security Council, and the Department of State, including serving as a member of the US delegation to the 40th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission. He received an AB and AM from Boston College, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and studied at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Educate Girls Globally, the Research Foundation Review Board of the CFA Institute, the Liquidity Risk Committee of the International Association of Financial Engineers, and the Council on Foreign Relations. (2009-2011)

Manja Klemencic
Manja Klemencic was a PhD Candidate at the Centre of International Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her research focused on small states' power resources and negotiation strategies in the European Union decision-making process. Funded through the Fulbright Program, she conducted her research at CBG under the supervision of Professor Pepper Culpepper. Manja received her MPhil in European Studies from the University of Cambridge and her BA in Business and Economics from the School of Business and Economics at the University in Maribor, Slovenia. From January 1999 until she began her graduate studies in 2001, Manja worked in Vienna and Brussels as the elected Secretary General of ESIB (The National Unions of Students in Europe) -- the European student platform representing over 11 million students from 37 countries. Her work consisted of political representation, lobbying, and management of European-wide projects.

Tarjei Kristiansen
Tarjei Kristiansen was a doctoral candidate at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, pursuing a degree in the Department of Electrical Power Engineering. Mr. Kristiansen's research in the Harvard Electricity Policy Group under the direction of Professor William Hogan, was twofold: 1) research on risks associated with transmission congestion and financial products for hedging against these in the Nordic region and in the USA; and 2) evaluation of financial transmission rights and methods for risk management. (June 2002 - 2003).

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.
(May 2003 - June 2008).

Adrian Lajous
Adrian Lajous is a Senior energy advisor to McKinney and Company and to Morgan Stanley. He is a also President of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies of Petrometrica, SC, a non-Executive Director of Schulmberger Ltd., and a member of the TNK International Advisory Council. In 1994-2000 Mr. Lajous was the Director General of Pemex (CEO) and Chairman of the boards of the Pemex group of operating companies. After he stepped down, he continued to serve as the Special Advisor to the President of Mexico on international oil matters. He was responsible for Mexican crude oil exports, oil product exports and imports, international trade in petrochemicals and natural gas export. He has served on the board of directors of Mexican industrial companies and banks. In Europe, he was on board of Repsol YPF and was a member of its chairman's committee. In 1999, he was elected Chairman of the Oxford Energy Policy Club. Mr. Lajous pursued a monograph on the past thirty years of the Mexican oil and gas industry with CBG Harvard Electricity Policy Group. (2003-2004)

Alan Leifer focused on energy security and strategies to foster the development of game changing technologies in the field of transportation fuels. In 2006-2007, he is working with John Holdren and Henry Lee on the Energy Technology Innovation Project. Mr. Leifer is a retired voting stockholder of Fidelity Investments where he led global technology and energy research and investment programs as portfolio manager and research director. He holds a B.S. and M.B.A. degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an M.P.A. degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University.

Chunsheng Li
New World Fellow, Vice President, All China Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperatives (ACFSMC) Deputy Minister's Rank. He looked at modern pattern of commodity circulation in China. (China)

Dongrong Li
Dongrong Li was a 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 researched 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.

Tao Li
Tao 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 studied the effect of globalization, essentially characterized by the deepening of international division of labors, on the long-run growth of developed and developing countries.

Deshan Lin
Deshan Lin is Associate Professor at the Institute of World Socialism, Compilation and Translation Bureau, a research and consulting unit within the Central Committee of the Communist Party in Beijing. Lin's research focused on socio-political and economic problems in the West, and social policy for China in its transition to a market economy. His prolific publications include research on capital movement and its influence on social structure, as well as European politics and changing trends in party politics. Lin is a member of the Chinese European Studies Institute, and holds a Doctorate of Laws in International Politics from the Central Party School in Beijing.

Feng Lu
Feng Lu has served as Professor and Deputy Director at China's Center for Economic Research at Peking University. Prior to this position, Lu was a Visiting Fellow and Lecturer at the School of Business and Economic Studies at Leeds University in the UK, where he received his PhD in economics. Lu's research areas included international agriculture trade, China's grain and cotton policy, and the impact of China's accession to the WTO. He has most recently published China's WTO Accession: Impact on its Agricultural Sector and Grain Policy. While at CBG, Lu's research focused on economic regionalism in East Asia and its implications for China.

Hall Lux
Hal Lux is a managing director with Paloma Partners, an investment firm that focuses on hedge fund strategies. His research is focused on financial history, particularly the U.S. experience of the 1930s. Mr. Lux previously spent almost fifteen years as a financial journalist. He was Senior Editor at Institutional Investor magazine where he covered areas including Wall Street, asset management, corporate finance, and regulation. He received an A.B. in Government from Harvard College and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago. (2009-2011)

Ian MacInnes
Ian MacInnes - Assistant Professor of Information Studies at Syracuse University. Prior to his work at Syracuse, MacInnes taught for two years at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. He is a member of Syracuse University's Convergence Center and Center for Digital Commerce. His research interests included competitive strategy for the converging communication and computer industries, competition policy, standardization, network economics, and new institutional economics. His research focused on digital distribution, adoption of new distribution methods, vertical integration and value chains. MacInnes' research at CBG focused on peer-to-peer networks in collaboration with Professor Jean Camp.

Arben Malaj
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 worked with Linda Bilmes and others on long term sustainable economic development determinants and the need of reforms and effective policies for Albania.

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 worked 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. He was a 2005-2006 Repsol Fellow.

Susumu Matsuo
Susumu Matsuo, Kansai Keizai Doyukai Fellow, is a construction engineer with the Takenaka Corporation in Japan. He has experience working on a broad range of projects including high-rise buildings, government offices, shopping malls, and warehouses. He also worked on an international bid for the international airport in Singapore. Mr. Matsuo's research interests include improving organization and working practices within companies, and the future of construction companies in international markets. While at CBG, he worked on researching project management within the current global economy.

Malcolm McPherson. Trained as a development economist, McPherson joined the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID) in 1982 after working for the World Bank (1976-1978) and the Rockefeller Foundation (1979-1982). From 2003 to 2007, he worked with the Office of Education at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). His publications cover topics in agricultural and economic development, structural reforms, HIV/AIDS, capacity development, education, and public-private partnerships to promote public sector capacity. McPherson holds a PhD from Harvard. (August 2007 - June 2008).

Qingguo Meng
Qingguo Meng came to CBG as Associate Professor and Assistant Dean at the School of Public Policy & Management (SPPM) of Tsinghua University and a Senior Member of the Asia Academy of Management and Adjunct Deputy Mayor of Shengzhou City, Zhejiang Province. Meng's research at CBG focused on a case study on e-governance in the U.S. with Professor Anthony Saich.

Yanchun Meng
Yanchun Meng came 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 worked under the sponsorship of Tony Saich and Asia Programs, on comparing urban China's governance innovation with US cities.

Michael L. Michael was Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer of IXIS Asset Management Global Associates, Previously, Michael was Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer and Ethics Officer at Fidelity Investments. In addition to his twenty years as a lawyer and executive at financial services firms, Michael was an industry leader and consultant on regulatory matters involving the financial services sector. His research focused on corporate governance issues, including specifically the relationship between regulation and ethical decision-making. His article – “Business Ethics: The Law of Rules” – was published in Business Ethics Quarterly.

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 focused on three aspects: international economic and financial relations; the political economy of Europe and the US; responsible management of global companies.

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. He was a 2005-2006 Repsol Fellow.

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 researched on the industrial transformation of two similar urban cities: Chicago and Chongqing.

Kevin Murphy
Kevin Murphy received his Masters in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School in 2010.  Previously, he worked at Morgan Stanley & Company as an Advisory Director specializing in investment banking (transportation group) and Managing Director for Equity Research (global transportation group).  As a senior fellow, his research explored how technology is the distinguishing factor of 21st century infrastructure, focusing in particular on the enhanced or smart infrastructure niche. He identified key technologies and estimated the efficiencies of smart infrastructure compared with older infrastructure without technological enhancements. (2011)

Tohru Nakamura
Tohru Nakamura is a professor of Economics at Kobe Gakuin University in Japan. Prior to that he taught economics at Matsusaka University and has also been a Visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. He has numerous publications as well as three books focusing on indebtedness in macroeconomics contexts. Working with Malcolm McPherson and Jay Rosengard, he researched external debt and growth in Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) and looked at whether the HIPC Initiative has been effective in terms of poverty reduction.

Katsunori Nomura
Katsunori Nomura was a Kansai Keizai Doyukai fellow. As the chief administrator for the Human Resources Department of the Obayashi Corporation, Japan's fourth largest construction firm, Nomura is responsible for a new retirement salary system as well union negotiations. He holds a BA in Economics from Tokyo University. Under the sponsorship of Tony Saich and Asia Programs, Nomura explored the implications of low Japanese birth rate and an aging population on human resource management in the Japanese workforce.

Koji Nomura
Koji Nomura is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Economic and Industry Studies (Keio Economic Observatory) at Keio University in Japan. His research interests focused on the relationship between technology and economy, including measurement of capital and productivity, construction of a multi-sectoral general equilibrium model, and quantitative evaluation of a policy on energy, environment and economy. As a CBG Fellow, Mr. Nomura persued research under the guidance of Prof. Dale Jorgenson on the information technology and productivity comparison between the U.S. and Japan. He also worked on his book, Measurement of Capital In Japan.

Eric Orts
Eric W. Orts came to CBG as Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Pennsylvania where he directed the Program in Environmental Management and Regulation. Professor Orts will join CBG as a joint Fellow with the Ethics and Public Policy Program. His research interests included corporate social responsibility, environmental management, and law and public policy in China.
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Yung Jeng Pao
YungJeng Pao is Counselor to Financial Affairs between the Mainland and Taiwan with the Taiwan Financial Research and Training Institute. He worked on Taiwan's countermeasures under the new framework of WTO and ASEAN as well as regional economic integration. He was 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.

Hyo-Sung Park
Hyo-Sung Park is a career diplomat, having worked for the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade since 1981. His expertise centers around international trade, and his career includes stints as Director-General for FTA negotiations, Advisor to the Minister for Trade, Minister-Counsellor at the Permanent Mission to the WTO in Geneva, Director for North American Trade Division, Director for European Trade Division, and Chief of the Economic Section at the Korean Embassy in Washington D.C. Prior to his senior fellowship at Harvard, he has engaged in numerous bilateral and multilateral trade talks, including the two-year-long FTA negotiations between Korea and the EU and trade negotiations at the WTO and the UNCTAD. He has also led the preparatory talks for Korea’s possible FTAs with China, New Zealand and Australia. He is continuing his diplomatic career following his senior fellowship. He holds an MA in International Relations and an MGA in Government Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.

Fiona Paua
Fiona Paua came to CBG working with the Global Competitiveness Programme at the World Economic Forum. While at CBG Paua focused on pension reform and corporate governance.

Linda Peek Schacht
Linda Peek Schacht 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 worked on a book tentatively titled "The Responsible Leader."

Duong Chanh Phan
Duong Chanh Phan joined CBG from the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program in Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam where he was an Adjunct Professor of Marketing. Mr. Phan has significant experience negotiating large real estate development joint ventures on behalf of the Ho Chi Minh City government. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Physics from Saigon University. He is a member of the Prime Minister's Economic Consulting Group. As a CBG Fellow Mr. Phan focused his research on educational reform in Vietnam using a comparative framework of educational outcomes in selected ASEAN systems. He worked closely with Professors David Dapice and Anthony Saich.

Deirdre Phillips
Deirdre Phillips is a returning senior fellow doing research focused on financial institutions, the degree to which they engage in public policy making, civic and community endeavors, and the impact of regulation on their level of involvement.  A seasoned government and community relations executive with leadership and policy experience in non-profit organizations, Deirdre was Managing Director, Government Relations at Putnam Investments, prior to coming to Harvard.  Before that, she served in similar capacities at FleetBoston Financial and Bank Boston for nearly twenty years.  She is currently Executive Director of the Autism Consortium, a Boston-based multi-institutional collaboration that is funding scientific research and innovation to improve the care and treatment of children affected by autism and other neurological disorders.  Deirdre is a graduate of Wheaton College and lives in Newton, MA. (2008-2010)

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 worked with Anthony Saich on research around the Sino-British Negotiation Over Hong Kong. He looked 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.

John R. Price
John R. Price is the CEO of Isogenis, an emerging drug and therapy company in the United States and expanding to Europe. In addition to leading Isogenis in developing corporate strategies, Price has also held positions with operating and capital markets at the Toronto Stock Exchange, American Express, and Deloitte and Touche. His work at Isogenis brought him to CBG as a Senior Fellow to explore issues of bioethics and corporate governance with Sheila Jasanoff. Price is a graduate of the Kennedy School's Mid-Career MPA program.

Iqbal Quadir
Iqbal Quadir was a CBG Fellow and former KSG Lecturer in Public Policy. He also founded GrameenPhone in Bangladesh. GrameenPhone's nationwide cellular network provided telephone access to the rural poor enabling them to create village-based micro enterprises. In 1999, the World Economic Forum based in Davos, Switzerland recognized Quadir's work by honoring him as a "Global Leader for Tomorrow." Prior to GrameenPhone, Quadir had a career as an investment banker and was formerly Vice President of Atrium Capital Corp. He also served as a consultant to the Investment Department of the World Bank in Washington, DC. At CBG, his research focused on the economics of connectivity, applications of digital technologies in alleviating poverty, the impact of technologies on governance, and the role of business in development.

Heng Quan
Heng Quan came to CBG as Assistant Research Professor at the Institute of Economics at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, and had published extensively on topics ranging from the relationship between income distribution and economic growth to regional economies and State Owned Enterprise reform in China. As a CBG Fellow, Quan worked with Professor Anthony Saich researching the relationship between growth and laws of income distribution in China's transitional economy.

Baoxing Qiu
Baoxing Qiu came to CBG as a New World Fellow and China's Vice Ministry of Construction. Qiu had much experience in local government as Mayor of Hanzhou and Jinhua Municipalities in Zhejiang Province. He worked with Asia Programs and Tony Saich on researching urbanization and the challenges to achieving sustainable development. Qiu has numerous publications addressing urban planning and property rights reform, and he holds a Doctorate in Economics from Fudan University.

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 focused on developing a financing and regulatory plan to support large-scale investment in electricity generation from coal gasification and were included in the recent Energy Bill. Rosenberg was also affiliated with the Belfer Center.

James Rosenfield
focused on the changing dynamics of National Oil Companies, their relationship with International Oil Companies, and the implications for human rights policy. 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 created and directs CERAWeek, which has been recognized as the world's most influential annual gathering of top energy industry executives and government ministers; and has edited or co-edited numerous studies. He holds an MBA from Boston University and studied Social Studies at Harvard College.

Maria Christina Scharf
Maria Christina Scharf was both a Fellow at CBG as well as a researcher at the National Center for Digital Government Research and Practice. Her research focused on social networks and the use of information and communication technologies in government agencies, and she worked with Professor Jane Fountain and Professor David Lazer examining the role of the Internet in the diffusion of learning across governmental units exemplified in the use of DNA in the criminal justice system. Ms. Scharf also worked on a project studying the role of intra-organizational communication networks in facilitating (or undermining) the functioning of teams within that organization.

Yong Shang
Yong Shang was a New World Fellow. 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 researched theoretic development of current science and technology policies and explored opportunities and challenges for developing countries brought by economic and science and technology globalization. He holds a PhD from China University of Mining.

David Shaw
David Shaw is the founder and retired Chairman and CEO of IDEXX Laboratories, Inc., a $400 million diversified biotechnology, medical device and software company in 35 locations worldwide. While at CBG, Mr. Shaw worked with Professor Cary Coglianese and Senior Fellow Tom Healey on corporate governance.

Robert 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 worked with Richard Zeckhauser on issues related to corporate governance.

William Symonds Bill Symonds researched the role of business in improving America's schools, and is funded by the Sandler Fellowship in Education. From 1997-2006, Bill was Boston Bureau Chief for Business Week Magazine, as well as the magazine's chief education correspondent. In this role, he pioneered Business Week's coverage of business initiatives to shape education policy and accelerate the pace of reform. Prior to arriving in Boston, Bill headed Business Week bureaus in Pittsburgh, Toronto, and Rome, Italy. During his career at Business Week, Bill authored several dozen cover stories and special reports on subjects ranging from Harvard to the economics of the Catholic Church and Evangelical America to profiles of Kodak, Tyco, Corning and many other corporations. He has received numerous awards for his work. Bill is a graduate of Dartmouth College, and has a Masters from Oxford University in England. (January 2007 - July 2008).

Guiseppe Tribuzzi. Guiseppe Tribuzzi holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Rome University.  He is currently Head of the Electricity Market Unit in the Regulatory Affairs Department of the ENEL Corporation SpA.  His research fellowship, to be sponsored by ENEL, will focus on the definition of the electricity market scheme which can provide ancillary services with the best quality standard and lowest prices. (January 2008 - June 2008)

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 was supported by a grant from the Department of Energy's Office of Science. He was a 2005-2006 Repsol Fellow.

Akihiro Tanii
Akihiro Tanii is Senior Representative in the International Affairs at Matsushita's Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Tanii has served with Matsushita in various positions ranging from Senior Coordinator of Matsushita Battery to Senior Coordinator at the Tokyo Publicity Department since 1983. During his tenure at Matsushita, Mr. Tanii earned his Masters of International Studies at Sophia University in Tokyo. Mr. Tanii was one of CBG's Kansai Doyukai fellows and conducted research on international economics and foreign policy.

Alan M. Trager
Alan Trager is Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy.He previously served as Senior Advisor to the Dean for Executive Education. He focuses on the role of nongovernmental sources in solutions to complex public policy problems. His involvement in public-private partnerships in New York City includes service as director of the Riverside Park Fund and as an advisory director of the National Sports Museum. His private sector experience includes founding and chairing AMT Capital Management, a private investment firm, and creating and managing ventures for Morgan Stanley, where he was a managing director. As a Senior Fellow at M-RCBG, he focused on collaborative governance. His research included a case study of parks and partnership in New York City. Trager is a graduate (MPA1972) of the Kennedy School.

Salil Tripathi
Salil Tripathi served as Senior Policy Adviser for Business, Conflict and Human Rights for the International Alert organization in the United Kingdom.  He holds an MBA in International Economics and Business from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.  His research focused on the area of business and human rights. Ended January 2009.

Jun Uesaka
Jun Uesaka, Kansai Keizai Doyukai Fellow, came to CBG a member of the executive team at the Kensai Electric Power Company in Osaka, Japan. During his time as a CBG Fellow, Mr. Uesaka researched energy sector restructuring and policy issues.

Paul Vaaler
Paul M. Vaaler came to CBG as an Associate Professor of International Business at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University where he was also Director of the Fletcher School's Hitachi Center for Technology & International Affairs. While at CBG, he worked on a book with Dr. Lee McKnight, titled Mobile Nations: Creative Destruction in Emerging Markets.

Francesca Valente is the current Head of Regulatory Affairs and Antitrust Practices for ENEL Energy SpA.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli, Rome.  Also to be sponsored by ENEL, her research will be concerned with the structure of relevant electricity markets in PJM system in order to investigate the concentration index of market shares, in particular the retail market.  Also, to further analyze how retail sales of electricity work in PJM system, making a comparison with the EU and Italian market. (January 2008 - July 2008).

Mario Valdivia is a practitioner from the private sector with interests in governance and CSR. During 1991 Mr. Valdivia co-founded “Excel Chile”, an investment banking firm which was affiliated with “Credit Suisse First Boston.” In 1995 he also founded “Iron Mountain Chile.” He has been a board member at some large Chilean corporations. He also acted as a member of the advisory board of the Catholic Jesuit Order in Chile.  He currently sits at the board of directors of “Multiexport Foods”, one of the largest producers of salmon in the world, and “Farmacias Benavides”, the largest pharmacy chain in Mexico. He holds a Civil Engineering degree from Universidad Católica de Chile, an MBA from The University of Chicago, and an MPA from Harvard University. Sponsored by Professor John Ruggie, Valdivia will be researching issues around corporate social responsibility in the salmon industry in Chile.

Jose Vasallo
Jose Vassallo came to CBG as a Professor of Transport Economics at the ETSI Caminos UPM in Madrid, from which he also holds a PhD in the same field. His research focused on transport infrastructure management and regulation, and he worked closely with the European Conference of Transport Research Institutes, as well as Spain's Secretary of Transport and Infrastructure. Vassallo worked with Tony Gomez-Ibanez for the year.

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 conducted a comparative accounting study of social and environmental costs across different energy sources. His work 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 was a 2005-2006 Repsol Fellow.

Haifeng Wang
Haifeng Wang joined CBG from the Law Institute of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS). Dr. Wang earned her LLB in 1992, LLM in 1997, and her PhD in 2003. She published numerous articles in books on International Economic Law. At SASS, Dr. Wang also teaches International Financial Law, International Private Law and WTO rules to LLM students. Dr. Wang is also a licensed lawyer in China. She is an experienced in solving issues and disputes in the field of international trade and investment in China. While at CBG, her research focused on financing of small and medium size enterprises in China with Professor Anthony Saich.

Jianmin Wang
Jianmin Wang holds a Doctorate in Economics from Nankai University and is a professor of Public Administration at the School of Management at Beijing Normal University. He is also a deputy or congressman with the People's Congress of Beijing and the deputy director in the Department of Education & Culture at the Central Committee of Jiusan Society. Wang worked with Tony Saich and Asia Programs on studying models of institutional reform of performance appraisal of government officials in China, as well as the roles of participation and efficacy by democratic parties in the policy making process.

Jui Chien Wang
Jui-Chien Wang was a Fulbright visiting scholar from Taiwan; Ms. Wang is an Auditor in the Valuation Department of Taiwan Customs. As a specialist on Customs Valuation, Ms. Wang attended the Technical Committee on Customs Valuation, World Customs Organization in Brussels in 2001. She plans focused her study on the International Organizations and the Implementation of the Agreements of the World Trade Organization in the US and other countries.

Lei Wang
Mr. Lei Wang is currently the China Chief Representative of Respect Europe of Sweden AB; and Commissioner, Commission of Conflict Preventing, Peace Keeping and Sustainable Development in WAFUNIF of United Nations. He graduated from the London School of Economics and has worked for the World Bank China Office and the United Nations Headquarters in New York on economics and social affairs. He is a PhD candidate of Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. His research focused on the Technology and Economic Policy in China.

Richard Wang
Richard Jun Wang is Chief Representative of Standard Life Investments in China. His primary responsibility is managing and developing business opportunities for the company and maintaining regulatory contacts. Wang has worked for the head office in Edinburgh in the United Kingdom. From 1992-1996, he was a civil servant of the Liaison Ministry of China focusing on research of political and economic development of Southeast Asian countries. He worked with Tony Saich and Thomas Healey to do comparative research on the mutual fund industry between the U.S. and China.

Xuesong Wang
Xuesong Wang is the Director, OFII Division, the Fund Supervision Department of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Her research focused on the effects of the development of institutional investors on capital markets and their regulation. The main issue concerned 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.

Yongqing Wang
New World Fellow, Vice Minister, Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council, PRC. He explored the relationship between public policy and intellectual property protection. (China)

Jeffrey Williams
Jeffrey R Williams is a consultant working in the financial services area in China. Previously he was president of Shenzhen Development Bank, the first foreign president of a Chinese commercial bank. Mr. Williams studied Chinese in Taiwan in the early 70’s and taught as a foreign expert at Peking University in 1979-80. He is a graduate of Harvard College magna cum laude in East Asian Languages and Civilizations, and of Harvard Business School. A career banker, he has over 20 years experience working in Greater China for Citibank, American Express, and Standard Chartered. He opened Citibank’s first branch in China, in Shenzhen in 1988. Mr. Williams is a past president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, and was a Senior Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He currently has been invited to teach as an adjunct professor at the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University, and is a senior advisor to the Credit Research Center, Hunan University.

Leigh Ronald Williams
Leigh Williams researched the elements of information risk management that should be governed primarily by market discipline and those that warrant goverment intervention. His background was in risk management, security and privacy, most recently as Chief Risk Officer and SVP Public Policy for Fidelity Investments. He holds a masters in public and private management from the Yale School of Management and a bachelors in economics from Rice University.

Holly Wise Through her consultancy practice, Wise Solutions LLC, Holly brings international development, corporate social responsibility, public-private alliance, and business development expertise to corporations, foundations and non-profits. She teaches enterprise development at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, and sits on the advisory boards of GlobalGiving and LivingGoods. Ms. Wise is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Holly Wise spent 26 years in the foreign service with the US Agency for International Development (USAID), achieving the diplomatic rank of Minister Counselor. She is the founder and first Secretariat Director of the Global Development Alliance, USAID’s business model that forges strategic alliances between public and private partners in addressing international development issues. Under her leadership 300 alliances were formed with $1.1 billion in USAID funding leveraging $3.8 billion in private resources for the world’s poor. In addition to overseas tours in Uganda, Kenya, Barbados, the Philippines and China, Ms. Wise served as USAID chair at the National Defense University where she taught political science, environmental courses, and published research on China. Ms. Wise is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Connecticut College and holds advanced degrees from Yale University and the National Defense University.

Steven Wilson
Steven Wilson was 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 in the Fall of 2006.

Andrew Wong
Previously, Andrew Kai-Tak Wong was Director and Portfolio Manager at UBS Global Asset Management in the US; Director, Global Asset Allocation and Global Industry Research in London; and also worked in Tokyo and Hong Kong, at UBS, Lehman Brothers, and Morgan Stanley. He graduated with honors and distinction from Stanford University, and did his graduate work at Cambridge University as a Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Fellow. He has participated in working group discussions on technological competitiveness upgrading at the European Commission in Brussels. Wong's research at Harvard focused on technological and industrial development in large emerging economies, particularly in the context of global industry sectors.

Yaru Xiang
Yaru Xiang is Director of the Division of Social Security in China's Ministry of Finance. She was one of three Fellows sponsored by the Ministry this Fall. The greatest challenges of her work surround rural social security, disaster assistance, veteran resettlement, as well as welfare for the elderly and disabled. Xiang holds a Masters in International Finance from the Economics College of Peking University, and worked with Asia Programs and Tony Saich for the semester.

Xian Ping Xu
Xian Ping Xu was one of two New World Fellows joining CBG for a Fall semester. Xu hails from Changsha, where he serves as Vice Governor of Hunan Province. The most challenging part of his role in provincial government is meeting the demands of transition between planning and market economic systems in modern China. Working with Tony Saich and Asia Programs, his goal was to seek solutions to these challenges and to learn from comparative examples of economic development and public leadership. Xu holds a doctorate in management from Hunan University.

Daisuke Yamakawa
Daisuke Yamakawa is an Engineer for the Information and Communication Systems Department at Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. in Japan. He is responsible for planning and development of computer systems of Osaka Gas and its affiliates. He works to support and establish a competitive advantage in the Japanese energy market as deregulation and regulatory reforms continue. Mr. Yamakawa joined CBG as a Kansai Doyukai Fellow and conducted research on strategies of energy businesses to adapt to a more competitive environment.

Jianhua Yang
Jianhua Yang was a research fellow from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research interests involved management within nonprofit organizations, leadership and technology innovation management. Working with Professor Anthony Saich, he researched issues relating to the management of science and technology organizations in China and their international counterparts.

Lin Yang
Lin Yang is currently the English Presenter and Reporter for a number of programs on China Central Television (CCTV); News, Worldwide Watch, China Today and Sports Scene. CCTV is the 24 hour English news channel keeping a close watch on world affairs from a Chinese perspective. Prior to joining CCTV, Ms. Yang has managed projects on water conservancy for the Hubei Development and Reform Commission, served as the Director of the Planning Sector of the Government Information Service, Department of Xiangfan Municipality. Ms. Yang holds a BA in English Language and Literature from Wuhan University, China. Her research focused on the changing role of the media in China with respect to the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008.

Liexun Yang
Liexun Yang is Division Chief of the Management Science Department of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). He directs the NSFC's public administration research program and works to create an environment conducive to original innovation for scientific researchers in China. Yang came to CBG with a PhD in management engineering from Xi'an Jiaotong University, and his most recent publications on efficacy in evaluation methods have appeared in China Science Press. He worked for the semester with Tony Saich and Asia Programs.

Tracy Yang
Tracy Yang came to CBG as a fellow researcher at the ADB Institute (Tokyo), Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (ANU, Australia) and the Chinese Institute of Economic and Business (Taiwan). Yang holds a PhD from University of London and her research interests range from financial crises and contagion, capital flows and industrial policy. In January 2004, Yang received a prize for "Outstanding Research on Development" from the Global Development Awards Competition - the largest international contest for researchers on development. Yang worked with Tony Saich and Jay Rosengard on financial issues related to small and medium enterprises in China.

Yanxin You
Yanxin You joined CBG one Fall as one of three Fellows from China's Ministry of Finance, where she is the Director of the Economic Construction Department. You worked with Asia Programs and Tony Saich in researching U.S. models of fiscal and revenue policy on the environment, resource and land asset management, and explore their applicability in the China context. You has over 20 years of experience in environmental resource economics, and holds a Master of Science in International Trade from the Northeastern Finance and Economics University in China.

Jianmin Yu
Jianmin Yu is Assistant President of Corporate Marketing for Sinotrans Ltd, one of China's recently publicly listed State Owned Enterprises. Prior to his appointment as Assistant President, in 2000 he became the first General Manager of the Logistics Division, which was founded response to the emerging demand from multinational companies in China. He earned his LL.M. in Maritime Law in 1990 and an MBA from China Europe International Business School in 2002. As a CBG Fellow, his research with Prof. Anthony Saich at CBG focused on corporate governance in publicly listed companies.

Bryn Zeckhauser
Bryn's research on decision making culminated in a co-authored book, How the Wise Decide, published in the fall of 2008 by Crown Business.  How the Wise Decide is based on interviews with 21 major CEOs from companies including Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, and American Express and major decision makers including a Supreme Court Justice, the former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and the Prime Minister of Singapore.  Bryn is a Principal at Equity Resource Investments, a firm that invests in real estate in the United States and Asia.  Prior to ERI, Bryn worked at leading firms including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and one of its portfolio companies and McKinsey & Company.  Bryn graduated from Harvard College and received an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Qunshan Zhang
Vice governor, now works for Provincial government of Guizhou, which is located in Southwest of China. Mr. Zhang now is in charge of overall provincial economic performance, transportation, social security, emergency and crisis management. He graduated from South China University of Technolegy in Guangdong with his Bs and Master's degree in mechanical engineering. He focused on the intergovernmental relations in conomic development in China for his research project.

Sheng Hua Zhao
Sheng Hua Zhao is Program Division Chief of the International Cooperation Department of China's Development Research Center, where he manages bilateral and multilateral DRC programs. He worked with Asia Programs and Tony Saich on comparative approaches and innovations in finance and banking, and applied his findings to his DRC work. Zhao holds a Masters in Economics from the School of Finance at the People's University of China in Beijing.