SAIS MA candidate Jeongsu Sinn makes a strong argument to strengthen the global partnership to increase and improve the flow of technology, financial resources, and information to meet the post-2015 agenda.
SAIS MA candidate Deeba Yavrom writes on creating a more sustainable financial system, with universal access to basic banking.
SAIS MA candidate Erica Shifflett discusses her ideas and target for a sustainable development goal that will ensure sustainable agriculture and food security in the post-2015 agenda.
Second-year MA candidate at SAIS, Saumya Kurup shares her vision for a sustainable development goal that will ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns in the post-2015 development agenda.
The crafting of the post-2015 development agenda began with a pivotal decision to integrate environmental, social, and economic issues into a set of sustainable development goals (SDGs). Since their inception, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have become a unifying mechanism for a previously disjointed development community. Homi Kharas from the Brookings Institution discusses the MDGs and what comes Post-2015.
Contributing author Hany Besada discusses responsibility and accountability in the post-2015 development agenda, giving us insight into shifts in the actionable policy platform of the process to include climate change as an integral part of sustainable development.
J. Patrick Zubin, a second-year MA student at SAIS, discusses the effects of automation on the information economy and labor in this book review of Jaron Lanier's "Who Owns the Future?"
In his forthcoming article for the SAIS Review, Aniket Bhushan writes: "Much of the data we rely on in international affairs and international development research and analysis is fraught with problems, and is so slow that it is almost a historical caricature by the time it is published, barely descriptive about the present, let alone insightful about the future.” Senior Editor Lauren Caldwell argues that the field of international development should embrace real-time data analysis, and reject the lagging indicators that characterize traditional economic development models.
What's wrong with big data? Is its use causing more mistakes? Professor Mark White discusses the negative implications of the newest trend in research with SAIS Review Assistant Editor Kyle Johnson.
What happens when you put dozens of energy specialists, technology experts and government policymakers in a room? Senior Editor Lauren Caldwell discusses open government data initiatives -- including datapaloozas, data jams and hackathons -- with a Department of Energy Presidential Innovation Fellow.
On December 9th, the SAIS Review welcomed Caitlyn Antrim, James Bridger, and William Komiss for the "Uncharted Waters: Maritime Security and Resource Challenges" panel in Rome Auditorium.
How can a post-conflict country reinvigorate its economy? SAIS alumnae Stephanie Liu ('12) and Jamie Lee ('13) produced this short segment on Comoros' private-sector revitalization for the World Bank.