Energy in Motion: Laura Diaz-Anadon with Joon-Hyun Lee (left) and Jeon-Shik Shin in Seoul, South Korea.
Belfer in Brief
Laura Diaz-Anadon, director of the Belfer Center's Energy Technology Innovation Policy (ETIP) reasearch group, met with Joon-Hyun Lee, president of Korea Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP), the Korean equivalent of the U.S. Department of Energy, and Jeon-Shik Shin, director of Korea's Research Center for Network and Energy Industries. Diaz-Anderson was in Seoul to take party to in KETEP's Energy Technology Leaders Forum 2010.
Moshik Temkin, assistant professor of public policy and faculty affiliate with the Belfer Center, organized the Harvard Seminar on History and Policy with Alex Keyssar, Harvard Kennedy School professor of history and social policy. The seminar examines the relationship between our interpretation of the past and our approach to policy issues. Seminar meetings are enhanced by presentations by invited scholars whose cutting edge historical work-in-progress are informed by, or seek to influence, ongoing policy debates.
Hilary Rantasi, executive director of the Middle East Initiative, spoke at a conference titled Prosperity through Partnership: Women Leaders in Modern Syria, the Arab World and the International Community, in Syria in early summer. She addressed capacity building in the Arab World and the work of the Middle East Initiative and Harvard's Kennedy School.
Dorothy Zinberg, Belfer Center associate and founding member of the Center, took part in the Oxford Internet Institute Policy Forum in late May, participating in a round table discussion on "Policy, Information, and Technology" with the Netherlands' Scientific Council for Government Policy. The round table addressed the ways information technologies increase government and citizen interaction.
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