On May 14, Research Associate Andrew Scott spoke on “Framing the Future” for the Davinci Institute’s Speaker Series in Westminster, CO. Davinci Institute is a networking firm and think tank dedicated to building “a community of intellectuals and inventors” who can think strategically about the future. Mr.
Migration Trends in the Western Cape is the first of two papers exploring provincial migration, authored by Research Affiliate Alanna Markle and Dal van der Lingen for the Western Cape Department of the Premier’s Chief Directorate: Policy and Strategy.
Research Affiliate Alanna Markle is lead author of a brief that models the economic cost of the high co-occurrence of over-consumption and undernutrition in the Western Cape to 2040.
On April 12, DU Geology Professor Paul Sutton delivered a paper at the American Association of Geographers' Annual Meeting in New Orleans, highlighting a recent collaboration between his department and the Pardee Center for International Futures.
On March 27, Research System Developer Steve Hedden and Research Affiliate Alex Porter visited the Posner Center’s Global Classroom as part of the “Development Dialogue” series.
On March 8, Director Jonathan D. Moyer served as a quantitative specialist at a workshop hosted in Washington, D.C. by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The goal of States of Fragility: Fragility Clustering Workshop was to assess the methodology of the next States of Fragility report.
The Washington Post published a Monkey Cage piece on March 12 by Pardee Center Director Jonathan D. Moyer and Research Associate II David K. Bohl.
On February 8th, Pardee Center Director Jonathan Moyer and Financial and Program Officer Mickey Rafa presented at the UNICEF Speaker Series in Kampala, Uganda. They spoke on the report Estimating District GDP in Uganda, which provided an estimate of district level GDP in Uganda.
In January, Senior Scientist and Mentor Barry Hughes was interviewed by Dr. James Griesemer, Director of DU's Strategic Issues Program. The Engaging Ideas series, through interviews with DU faculty and other experts, examines emerging trends, new findings and innovative thinking from the sciences, engineering, humanities, business, politics, law and other fields. In his interview, Dr.
Director Jonathan D. Moyer is the lead author on a new report published jointly by the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, the Atlantic Council, and the Hague Center for Strategic Studies.