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Fall 2014

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

Wednesday Evenings, 6:00pm to 8:00pm September 3rd through December 3 West Village F, Room 20 [maxbutton id=”8″][maxbutton id=”1″][maxbutton id=”2″][maxbutton id=”3″][maxbutton id=”4″][maxbutton id=”5″]   Date Topic Featured Lecturers September 3 “Justice, Public Policy, and the Law” Michael Dukakis Daniel Medwed Barry Bluestone Kevin Murray Paola Cesarini 10 “What is Just? What is Fair?” Ron Sandler (NU…
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Fall 2011

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

The Role of Government in the 21st Century Wednesday Evenings, 6:00pm to 8:00pm September 7 – December 14 West Village F, Room 20 Each week we feature prominent guest lecturers with real-world expertise and experience. Date Topic Featured Lecturers September 7 21st Century Challenges to our Conception of Government View the Videos Robert Kuttner 14…
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Fall 2010

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

Policy Advice to the Governor Opportunities and Challenges Facing Massachusetts   Date Topic Featured Lecturers September 8 Overview — The Role of State Government – Barry Bluestone powerpoint View the videos Chris Bosso Barry Bluestone Michael Dukakis 15 The Fiscal Picture of Massachusetts Official website for the MA budget Various publications by the Mass Taxpayers Association…
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Fall 2009

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

  The 21st Century City: Challenges and Opportunities Results from a survey of participants. Date Topic September 10 What Makes a City a City? – Barry Bluestone powerpoint View the videos The Rise of Urban America 17 Concepts of Urban Growth – Stevenson and Williams powerpoint View the videos 24 Urban Transformation from the 17th to 21st Century…
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Fall 2012

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

The 2012 Election: Policy Advice to the  President [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/registration” color=”silver”]Registration[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/course-schedule” color=”silver”]Course Schedule[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/readings/” color=”silver”]Readings[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/directions” color=”silver”] Directions[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/online-discussions” color=”silver”]Discussions[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/video-recordings” color=”silver”] Video Recordings[/button] [button link=”http://www.northeastern.edu/policyschool/lectures-and-seminars/open-classroom/past-courses” color=”silver”]Past Courses[/button]   Links to the video recordings of each session will be posted here within a few days after each course.  …
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Spring 2010

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

  Globalization: International Economy, Security, and Culture.   Reading List Allison, Graham. “Nuclear Disorder: Surveying Atomic Threats.” Foreign Affairs 89, no. 1 (January/February 2010): 74-85. Article Allison, Graham. “In Afghanistan, Kerry Keeps U.S. Goals Modest.” Boston Globe, November 4, 2009. Article Link Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo, Linked: How Everything Is Connected to Everything Else, 2002. Friedman, Thomas….
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Spring 2009

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

Economic Growth with Equity   Date Topic January 7 Introduction to the Course and Economic Overview Barry Bluestone and Cathy Minehan Basic Economic Data powerpoint Course Overview powerpoint 14 What Makes Economies Grow? Robert Solow and Lynne Browne Barry Bluestone powerpoint Lynne Browne powerpoint View the videos  21 Political and Legal Requirements for Economic Growth…
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Information Sessions

School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

SPPUA Unveiled — Attend an informal, drop-in information session! Starting February 10, join faculty and staff on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in West Village F, room 114, for a free drop-in information session before our Myra Kraft Open Classroom, a free seminar series examining the future of Boston that is open to students,…
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