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Scholarly Publications

What is Ancient History?

April 2016

Every society has told stories about ancient times, but contemporary ancient history was the product of two main developments.

News

At Stanford, José Manuel Barroso touts stronger Europe

May 2014

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says the 28-nation-member European Union has enacted fiscal reforms that make it stronger and more united since the continent teetered on...

At Stanford, head of EU touts stronger Europe

May 2014

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says the 28-nation-member European Union has enacted fiscal reforms that make it stronger and more united since the continent teetered on...

Caixin Column 1: Why We Need to Worry About Inequality

October 2013

REAP co-director Scott Rozelle begins a ten-part series for Caixin Magazine titled, "Inequality 2030: Glimmering Hope in China in a Future Facing Extreme Despair." Rozelle explains why continued...

Events

The Allies, the European Resistance and the Origins of the Cold War in Europe

June 3, 2014

The presentation summarizes preliminary findings of my research project on Allied policy towards resistance groups during World War II and its impact on post-war political and ideological divisions...

It Isn’t Just About Greece: Domestic Politics, Transparency, and Moral Hazard in the Euro Area

January 23, 2014

This seminar is part of the "Europe and the Global Economy" series. With the creation of the euro, the European Union embarked on a grand experiment.

Managing Uncertainties in the Regulation of Nuclear Facilities and Materials

May 21, 2012

This presentation will describe the NRC’s mission, the traditional approach to regulation of nuclear power facilities, and the NRC’s more recent use of probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) in...

People

James S. Fishkin Professor, Communication