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“Thorns of the White Saffron”—A study of Political Polarization in India and the US, Aly Rashid, UG '26 (3993447)

The growing degree of political polarization across the world which has yielded power to increasingly nationalistic leaders. How large of a threat does political polarization pose to modern…

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FROM BARE TO BRILLIANT: The migration of fish species to a newly deployed artificial coral reef in Delray Beach, FL, Grace K. Barbara, UG '22 (3967320)

Coral reefs make up some of the greatest biodiversity per unit area in the world, but many living reefs are threatened due to anthropogenic factors relating to climate change. Artificial coral reefs…

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AH12January2022_Covid_Protocols

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Session 1: Macro Policy, Capital Flows and Investments - Jesse Schreger, Assistant Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

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Welcome & Opening Remarks: Atif Mian, John H. Laporte, Jr. Class of 1967 Professor of Economics, Public Policy and Finance; Director, Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance, Princeton University

Emerging economies are increasingly turning towards private sector financing to fund infrastructure and other development needs. While middle-income countries have the capacity to manage complex,…

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