In the sixth installation of the Aspen Institute's Reinventing Low-Wage series: Ideas That Can Work for Employees, Employers and the Economy, a panel of experts convened to speak about Home Economics: A Discussion about the Unregulated World of Domestic Work.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it's turning out to be one of the busiest at the Aspen Institute. Here is a taste of what we have coming up and some great opportunties to engage with the Institute.
In a new Aspen Institute report, entitled Information f
As the leadership in China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Myanmar, and even the US State Department has recently shifted, former Aspen Strategy Group Director and current Assistant Secretary of State Kurt M. Campbell returned to the institute for a roundtable discussion. The New York Times' David Sanger moderated the session entitled "US Asia Policy: The Path Ahead".
Super Bowl XLVII is hardly the only event in football making news this week. Immediately following President Obama’s comments in The New Republic, suggesting he’d have been unlikely to allow a son to play the sport, the NFL Players’ Association announced a 10-year, $100 million project by Harvard University to treat, study and prevent injuries in the increasingly violent sport.
As one of its many functions, the Aspen Homeland Security Group is often called upon to give thoughtful counsel to US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano. In prepara
According to a report published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 50 percent of all global food production is thrown out. That is nearly two billion tons of food wasted each year.