President Biden hopes the passage of the CHIPS Act will jumpstart American microchip production. But as Jason Hsu explains, subsidies will only go so far in the global competition to gain dominance in the semiconductor industry.
Research co-authored by Ash Center Senior Fellow Tova Wang shows professional sports stadiums and arenas are not only ideal polling locations, but support for their use in elections reaches across the aisle and benefits the team.
Historical reckoning, truth-telling, and new traditions of memorialization acknowledging the legacy of slavery are all critical to moving towards restorative and reparative change says Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project Director Khalil Gibran Muhammad.
The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) could be beneficial for member countries, but without a regional trade agreement, a new administration could raise tariffs or otherwise change the terms of trade.
In 2020, President Joe Biden won the state of Georgia with a slender margin of fewer than 13,000 votes. Many attribute his victory, in part, to Georgia’s 185,000 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voters.
On Monday, April 4th, at Harvard Kennedy School, the Institute of Politics and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation’s Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project and Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development convened an expert panel to highlight the link between racial justice and climate justice.
As local governments around the country continue to grapple with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, Stephen Goldsmith, Derek Bok Professor of the Practice of Urban Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, recently released a new book along with Kate Markin Coleman.