Aspen Institute Publications

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An Assets Agenda for an American Future: Building Our Financial Security on a Solid Rock

Lisa Mensah
September 19, 2012

Lisa Mensah, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Initiative on Financial Security (Aspen IFS), delivered a keynote address at the CFED Asset Learning Conference on September 19, 2012.  Mensah's remarks addressed strengthening our country's financial security foundation and the importance of the assets field.  

Adopters of Health Information Technology Start To See Its Benefits

August 17, 2012

While some hospitals and physician practices struggle to incorporate health information technology into their operations, a number of institutions have begun to reap significant benefits from their early investment in this technology. This paper profiles six such organizations, including a medical system in the Midwest that uses a population health dashboard to track, improve, and report on patient...

Bilateral Agreement: The Case of US and Ghana

Health Worker Migration Council
August 6, 2012

In this installation of GHD's ...

Championing a Regional Approach to Health Workforce Planning and Management: Profile of Professor Kayode Odusote

Health Worker Migration Council
August 6, 2012

In this installation of GHD's Health Worker Migration Council Conversation Series, the Council profiles Nigeria's Professor Kayode Odusote.

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2012 Financial Security Summit Report

Colby Farber
August 1, 2012

The 2012 Aspen Institute Financial Security Summit was an exclusive gathering of top business leaders, experts, advocates, and media. The Summit advanced the dialogue on the public and private solutions that build more savings and wealth in American households, strengthen middle-class opportunity, and improve the economic future of the country.  

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Reducing Financial Barriers to Reproductive Healthcare

July 26, 2012

High-level support and smart program design are crucial to launching health financing strategies, but success hinges on developing effective implementation and monitoring, according to a MLI issue brief on reducing financial barriers to reproductive health released this month.

Confessionalism and Electoral Reform in Lebanon

Arda Arsenian Ekmekji, Ph.D.
July 17, 2012

This paper presents three possible scenarios for the forthcoming 2013 legislative elections - the "status quo", the Boutros Commission Draft, and the Charbel Proportional Proposal - and argues for an effective and democratic electoral system that addresses the inequalities and traps for corruption present in Lebanon today. Taking into account Lebanon's tenuous multi-confessional identity,...

Nature as Foundation of Economy: Investing in Natural Infrastructure for Conservation Supporting Human Development

June 15, 2012

The Aspen Institute’s Energy and Environment Program is pleased to announce the completion of a new publication based on the Dialogue Series on Conservation in the 21st Century entitled “Nature as Foundation of Economy: Investing in Natural Infrastructure for Conservation Supporting Human Development.”  The Dialogue Series on Conservation in the 21st Century is an ongoing nonpartisan dialogue on the...

The Reallocation Imperative: A New Vision for Spectrum Policy

Preston Marshall
June 15, 2012

The Reallocation Imperative: A New Vision for Spectrum Policy, the report of the 2011 Aspen Institute Roundtable on Spectrum Policy (AIRS), addresses new ways of allocating, clearing, using and/or sharing spectrum controlled by private parties and government agencies.  Written by rapporteur Preston Marshall, the report attempts to step back and establish a broad vision for reallocating...

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