Aspen Institute Publications

Aspen Institute publications are listed below. Many are available for purchase through Google Checkout, a secure system for handling credit card transaction online. For assistance with ordering publications, please contact our Publications office by email or by phone at (410) 820.5326. Please note: Orders are shipped two times a week from our warehouse in Queenstown, MD, on the Eastern Shore.

Policy Brief: The Population-Climate Connection: Why Family Planning is a Win-Win for Women and the Planet

December 1, 2011

Family planning empowers women, improves public health, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and builds resilience to a changing climate. The bottom line: family planning is a win-win for women and the planet.

Health Worker Migration Initiative Global Policy Advisory Council Meeting- Washington, DC November, 22 2011

November 22, 2011

The council meeting focussed on a few things, namely: The US healthcare reform and its linkage to international migration, the Health Worker Migration Inovations Award, Council Conversation Series and the Council's mandate.

Partners for a New Beginning 2011 Status Report

October 22, 2011

Full report is available for download here.

In September of 2010, Partners for a New Beginning (PNB) was formally...

Assessing Community Information Needs: A Practical Guide

Richard C. Harwood
October 21, 2011

Assessing Community Information Needs: A Practical Guide, written by Richard C. Harwood of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, is a guide for adopting civic innovation strategies to spur the development of news and information environments that address real community needs. It is the eighth in a series of white papers following up the recommendations of the Knight Commission on the Information...

Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2011-2012 Top 100 MBA Programs

September 21, 2011

The Aspen Institute's Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2011-2012 Top 100 MBA Programs is a global ranking of leading business schools innovating in social and environmental impact. The ranking includes 149 schools from 22 countries, and is based on coursework offerings and published faculty research. The data used to build this ranking is available at www....

Re-Imagining Journalism: Local News for a Networked World

Michael R. Fancher
September 9, 2011

Re-Imagining Journalism: Local News for a Networked World identifies five strategic areas and specific ideas for promoting experimentation, collaboration and public engagement that are critical for reforming local journalism. The paper calls upon a variety of stakeholders in business, the nonprofit sector, government and community institutions, and citizens themselves to each play a role in...

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