Mark Blyth, professor of international political economy, and Eric Lonergan in the Harvard Business Review: "Modest innovation to address the intertwined problems of deflation and inequality is needed."
A new study by researchers at MIT and Brown University finds evidence of bias against immigrants from Latin America in the green card approval process. Former Watson Postdoctoral Fellow Ben Rissing co-authored the study and joins Take Two for more.
Richard Arenberg, adjunct lecturer in Public Policy and Political Science, writes about the end of the era of the “Watergate Babies,” which was the nickname applied to the class of House Democratic freshmen elected in 1974 in the wake of the Watergate scandal and the mark they left on Washington.
In a forum in the Boston Review, Faculty Fellow Glenn Loury says: "...making Brown a poster child around which to organize a movement for social justice might be a profound mistake, for doing so creates a situation where the success or failure of that movement hinges on the facts of his case."
Stephen Robert, chairman of the Watson Institute in Haaretz: "If Israel’s leaders are determined to stand alone, they will almost certainly stand alone. But they should remember that revolutions seem impossible until they happen, then they are inevitable."