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Kellogg Public-Private Interface (KPPI)

Prof. Benjamin Harris

Improving opportunities for those who want to work longer

An event hosted by the Brookings Institution in conjunction with the Kellogg School of Management, including a panel moderated by Kellogg professor Ben Harris.
 

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Public-Private Interface (KPPI)

At the Intersection of Business and Policy

Explore the Initiative's focus areas: Business, Government & Society | Health | Policy | Social Impact

Kellogg Public-Private Interface works to identify, understand, and impact the larger issues in which business operates and leaders navigate.

We engage economic, financial, and healthcare institutions; inform policy with groundbreaking research; proactively convene conversations across business, government, and society; and teach and model skills leading to real social impact.

Affiliated Research: Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship | Healthcare at Kellogg (HCAK) | Nonprofit Management | Policy and Public Impact | Social Impact


POLICY

Address to Kellogg: VP Joe Biden

More than 600 Kellogg students and faculty gathered at the Global Hub to hear a special address by Vice President Joe Biden.
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HEALTH

Which country has the best healthcare?

Why experts rate Switzerland’s national health care system the best.
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POLICY

Decision Making in a Broken Political System" featuring Robert Rubin

Robert Rubin and Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach discuss challenges facing America, decision making, and working in the public versus the private sector.
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SOCIAL IMPACT

Carbon Yield Fund Wins 2019 Sustainable Investing Challenge

Fund would help farmers generate new revenue from carbon credits.
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HEALTH

The Republicans' Uncertainity Strategy

Craig Garthwaite on the healthcare bill in the Senate.
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POLICY

Kellogg on Sustainability: The Business of Climate Change

Thought leaders from business and policy discussed practical solutions to integrating climate change considerations into core business processes.
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SOCIAL IMPACT

Insight Industry Q&A with Megan Kashner and Shannon Schuyler

Megan Kashner discusses how companies are keeping their companies focused on social impact.
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POLICY

Worried You’re Not Saving Enough for Retirement?

Article by Visiting Professor Ben Harris, "Worried You’re Not Saving Enough for Retirement? Here’s What You Can Do."
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POLICY

Bitcoin Beware: The Empire May Strike Back

Bitcoin’s value skyrocketed over the last four years, but there are prominent critiques of digital currencies.
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Kellogg Public-Private Interface News

The Health 202: The government funds kidney dialysis for all who need it. But the program needs fixing.
Craig Garthwaite, The Washington Post, July 11, 2019
Would Medicare-for-all mean hospitals for none?
Craig Garthwaite, The Washington Post, July 03, 2019
AI and the Social Sciences Used to Talk More. Now They’ve Drifted Apart.
Dashun Wang, Kellogg Insight, July 01, 2019
Do Soda Taxes Work? It’s Complicated.
Anna Tuchman, Kellogg Insight, July 01, 2019
We’re at a Data Privacy Crossroads. Where Do We Go From Here?
Jennifer Cutler , Kellogg Insight, July 01, 2019

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