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Professor Roberto Serrano is currently a Harrison S. Kravis University Professor of Economics at Brown University. He has made contributions to several areas, including implementation theory and mechanism design, bargaining theory, the economics of r...

BPR Interviews: Roberto Serrano

Professor Roberto Serrano is currently a Harrison S. Kravis University Professor of Economics at Brown University. He has made contributions to several areas, including implementation theory and mechanism design, bargaining theory, the economics of r...

Alfie Kohn is an author and lecturer specializing in human behavior as it relates to parenting and education. He is known for his critiques of conventional parenting and behaviorism and promotion of progressive education and constructivism. Kohn grad...

BRP Interviews: Alfie Kohn ’79

Alfie Kohn is an author and lecturer specializing in human behavior as it relates to parenting and education. He is known for his critiques of conventional parenting and behaviorism and promotion of progressive education and constructivism. Kohn grad...

Larry Charles is a comedian, screenwriter, director, and producer whose directorial credits include Borat, Bruno, and The Dictator starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Religulous starring Bill Maher, Army of One starring Nicholas Cage and Russell Brand, and M...

BPR Interviews: Larry Charles

Larry Charles is a comedian, screenwriter, director, and producer whose directorial credits include Borat, Bruno, and The Dictator starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Religulous starring Bill Maher, Army of One starring Nicholas Cage and Russell Brand, and M...

Edward Luce is the US national editor and columnist at the Financial Times. Luce was previously the speechwriter for the US Treasury Secretary, Lawrence H. Summers, in the Clinton administration. He is the author of three highly acclaimed books, The ...

BPR Interviews: Edward Luce

Edward Luce is the US national editor and columnist at the Financial Times. Luce was previously the speechwriter for the US Treasury Secretary, Lawrence H. Summers, in the Clinton administration. He is the author of three highly acclaimed books, The ...

A radical African-American and Japanese, transnational feminist, Margo Okazawa-Rey is currently the Barbara Lee Distinguished Professor of Women’s Leadership at Mills College. As a scholar, activist, and teacher, she studies issues of militariz...

BPR Interviews: Margo Okazawa-Rey

A radical African-American and Japanese, transnational feminist, Margo Okazawa-Rey is currently the Barbara Lee Distinguished Professor of Women’s Leadership at Mills College. As a scholar, activist, and teacher, she studies issues of militariz...

Candace Owens is a conservative commentator and political activist. She is the founder of BLEXIT (Black Exit), a movement dedicated to leading Black voters away from the Democratic Party. Owens was a liberal before having what she describes as a “c...

BPR Interviews: Candace Owens

Candace Owens is a conservative commentator and political activist. She is the founder of BLEXIT (Black Exit), a movement dedicated to leading Black voters away from the Democratic Party. Owens was a liberal before having what she describes as a “c...

Vartan Gregorian is the twelfth president of the philanthropic foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York. Prior to his current position, Gregorian served as the sixteenth president of Brown University from 1989 through 1997, and as president of the...

BPR Interviews: Vartan Gregorian

Vartan Gregorian is the twelfth president of the philanthropic foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York. Prior to his current position, Gregorian served as the sixteenth president of Brown University from 1989 through 1997, and as president of the...

Paul Graham is a programmer, writer, and investor. In 1995, he and Robert Morris started Viaweb, the first software as a service company. In 2005, Graham founded Y Combinator, the first startup incubator of its kind, with Jessica Livingston, Robert M...

BPR Interviews: Paul Graham

Paul Graham is a programmer, writer, and investor. In 1995, he and Robert Morris started Viaweb, the first software as a service company. In 2005, Graham founded Y Combinator, the first startup incubator of its kind, with Jessica Livingston, Robert M...

William Ernest “Bill” McKibben is an American environmentalist, author, and journalist. His 1989 book “The End of Nature” is widely considered the first book for the general public about climate change. He is a founder of 350.org, the...

BPR Interviews: Bill McKibben

William Ernest “Bill” McKibben is an American environmentalist, author, and journalist. His 1989 book “The End of Nature” is widely considered the first book for the general public about climate change. He is a founder of 350.org, the...

In his capacity as the Head of Conservation Finance and Enterprise at the Zoological Society of London, Oliver Withers leads the Rhino Impact Investment Project which finances the conservation of black rhinos through impact bonds. Glenn Yu: What is a...

BPR Interviews: Oliver Withers on Rhino Impact Investing

In his capacity as the Head of Conservation Finance and Enterprise at the Zoological Society of London, Oliver Withers leads the Rhino Impact Investment Project which finances the conservation of black rhinos through impact bonds. Glenn Yu: What is a...

Sharel Cassity is a Chicago-based saxophonist and educator who has played with Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis, Aretha Franklin, among others. Originally from Oklahoma, Cassity moved to New York City where she attended the Juilliard School, receiving...

BPR Interviews: Sharel Cassity

Sharel Cassity is a Chicago-based saxophonist and educator who has played with Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis, Aretha Franklin, among others. Originally from Oklahoma, Cassity moved to New York City where she attended the Juilliard School, receiving...