Commentary co-authored by Christine Moorman, professor of business administration in Duke’s Fuqua School of Business
Commentary by Frank Bruni, a professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke
Commentary by Dorie Clark, a marketing strategist who teaches executive education at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business
Climate and Immigration
Sarah Bermeo is associate professor of public policy and political science in the Sanford School at Duke University. Her current work examines the intersection of climate change with other drivers of migration, particularly in Central America. She is a frequent commentator in national and international news outlets and a contributor to Brookings Future Development blog.
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Gunther Peck, associate professor of history, associate professor of public policy studies. Specializes in 19th and 20th century American social and cultural history, comparative immigration and labor studies, and environmental history.
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Interview with lecturing fellow Nicole Ligon (Law School)
Quotes Sarah Bloom Raskin, a Rubenstein Fellow at Duke Law School and a former Fed governor
Quotes law professor Sarah Bloom Raskin