The article, “ICT/Cyber benefits and costs: Reconciling competing perspectives on the current and future balance,” has been published in the February 2017 issue of Technological Forecasting and Social Change. The authors, Barry B. Hughes, David Bohl, Mohammod Irfan, Eli Margolese-Malin, and José Solórzano all represent the Pardee Center.
On Thursday, February 2, the Pardee Center for International Futures and the Council on International Finance, Trade, and Economics presented a luchtime seminar entitled, "How does offshoring by multinational firms affect U.S. employment outcomes?" The seminar featured Nicholas Sly, Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The seminar discuss ed evidence from U.S.
The Pardee Center is seeking applicants for a Project Manager position. The Project Manager is responsible for coordinating, tracking and delivering high-quality, timely research products in the Diplometrics project. The Diplometrics project at the Pardee Center focuses on building databases, constructing tools and performing analysis focused on international relations theory.
On Thursday, January 19, Professor Jonathan Moyer, Director of the Pardee Center for International Futures, joined Dr. Mathew J. Burrows, Director of the Atlantic Council's Strategic Foresight Initiative, for a presentation to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland.
On January 11, 2017, as part of the Pardee Center Brown Bag Series, Dr. John Corbett, founder of aWhere, presented his findings regarding weather variability and its impact on global agriculture and food security. Founded in 1999, aWhere operates a global-scale agronomic model dedicated to helping small-scale farmers face complex agricultural challenges. Dr.
The Pardee Center for International Futures, in a partnership with Atlantic Council and Zurich Insurance, has completed an analysis on the future of demographic risk. The analysis has been published in four articles via Zurich Insurance, one article via Atlantic Council, and a reference report via the Pardee Center.
On Friday, November 11, 2016, Pardee Center Director Jonathan Moyer presented “The Big Picture in Data” to attendees at the Project X-ITE Social Enterprise Summit at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Professor Moyer spoke about how the International Futures (IFs) model uses data to forecast global change and human development.
On Veterans Day 2016 (November 11), Pardee Center Director Jonathan Moyer joined other faculty, high-ranking military officials and alumni guests at the University of Denver’s Pioneer Symposium. The theme of this session, “Politics and Service,” was designed to honor military service and explore critical policy issues our nation faces today.
In October 2016, Pardee Center staff traveled to Addis Ababa for a week-long planning session and scenarios workshop to support USAID's Country Development Cooperation Strategy process in Ethiopia.