Nine new senior fellows have joined the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government (M-RCBG) at Harvard Kennedy School. At the center, they will work on individual research projects addressing critical issues at the intersection of business and government. They’ll also hold study groups and, in general, contribute to understanding the rapidly evolving relationship between business and government.
“Senior fellows bring valuable experience as effective practitioners, which they combine with a strong academic orientation in their work at the center. That combination enables them to develop significant insights into a broad array of issues that arise in the business-government relationship,” said Richard Zeckhauser, Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Political Economy and chair of M-RCBG’s Senior Fellows Program.
“We welcome these new colleagues and look forward to their contributions in addressing major social problems at the intersection of business and government, and effectively interacting with our faculty, our students, and others engaged with the work of the center,” said John Haigh, M-RCBG co-director.
The Senior Fellows Program is designed to strengthen the connection between theory and practice as the center examines and develops policies at the intersection of business and government. Every senior fellow is sponsored by a Harvard faculty member. During their time at M-RCBG, they undertake a substantial research project and offer study groups for students.
Incoming fellows include David Grigorian, Augustin Jianu, Gregory Makoff , Roshini Moodley Naidoo, George Nwangwu, Jumoke Oduwole, Chris Pilkerton, Kyu Rhee, and Archie Young. Our incoming visitors join returning senior fellows Reza Baqir, Robert Buckland, Judy Chang, Eric Evans, Uché Ewelukwa Ofodile, Stephen Gibson, Thomas J. Healey, Matthew Vogel, and Longmei Zhang. Their bios can be also be found on the senior fellows page.