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Debra Satz

Sparking curiosity through disagreement

In a spring quarter course taught by Debra Satz and Paul Brest, students learned how disagreement can deepen their awareness of others and themselves.

Andrew Hall

Who Wants to Run? Incentivizing Better Participation in Politics

If we want a healthy democracy, then we need to create the right incentives.

Lauren Davenport

Stanford’s Phi Beta Kappa Undergraduate Teaching Award

The Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize recognizes excellence in teaching and the ability to inspire intellectual and personal development in and beyond the classroom. This may include, but is not limited to, encouraging critical, analytical, and…

6 Insights on Mexico’s Historic Election: Stanford Scholars Explain What This Means for the Future of its Democracy

The Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law’s Poverty, Violence, and Governance Lab, in collaboration with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, invited a panel of scholars to discuss the implications of Mexico’s elections…

Yiqing Xu

Conference Tackles Trends in China’s Economy, Tech, and Politics

Where is China’s economy headed and what are the implications for the rest of the world? Over 20 expert panelists weighed in over two days of discussions during the inaugural SCCEI China Conference.