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Sep 19 2019 | Posted In: Impact Stories
At the Stanford China Economic Forum, scholars and international business leaders discussed the innovation that comes from China and U.S. collaboration. They also addressed the risks of that relationship unraveling.
Sep 17 2019 | Posted In: In the News
Some of the world’s largest transnational corporations are changing their business models to acknowledge their impact on climate and biodiversity, according to a new paper co-authored by Stanford environmental scientist Eric Lambin, a King Center faculty affiliate.
Sep 9 2019 | Posted In: Announcements
The King Center on Global Development welcomes two new postdoctoral fellows for 2019 - 2020, Brandon de la Cuesta and Sara Lowes.
Sep 4 2019 | Posted In: Impact Stories
As economies become more digitally enabled, Stanford researchers seek to better connect and strengthen the millions of small retailers in an emerging market.
Aug 23 2019 | Posted In: In the News
Stanford King Center faculty affiliate Manu Prakash is featured in The Atlantic about a new high-speed, malaria-detecting device called Octopi that he developed with Stanford University PhD student Hongquan Li.
Aug 20 2019 | Posted In: Announcements
On August 2, the Stanford King Center on Global Development welcomed back Bo Li to speak as a guest of the China Program. Li, now the Vice Chairman of the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, spoke at the Stanford King Center in July 2018 as the Director General of the Monetary Policy... Read More
Aug 20 2019 | Posted In: In the News
Stanford King Center on Global Development faculty affiliate Rosamond Naylor, the William Wrigley Professor in Earth System Science, and Jim Leape, co-director of the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions, recently spoke about integrating oceans into a sustainable and equitable food future.
Aug 13 2019 | Posted In: Impact Stories
Stanford King Center faculty affiliate Lawrence Goulder is collaborating closely with researchers in China, who aim to implement a new emissions trading system meant to drastically reduce carbon dioxide.
Aug 8 2019 | Posted In: In the News
An international team of researchers including epidemiologist and Stanford King Center faculty affiliate Stephen Luby finds reason for hope in a low-cost water treatment device that reduces rates of diarrhea in children, provides good-tasting water and avoids the need for in-home treatment.