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1. Government Internet Shutdowns Are Changing. How Should Citizens and Democracies Respond?

2. Capitalism Recoupled

3. Social Contracts: Embracing a Just Technological and Energy Transition

4. Employment Transitions

5. How Human Subjects Research Rules Mislead You and Your University, and What to Do About it

6. Assessing national laws for the implementation of CITES

7. Blockchain Technology in Supply Chains – What are the Opportunities for Sustainable Development?

8. Thinking Outside the Container: A Machine Learning Approach to Forecasting Trade Flows

9. Tracing the evolution of service robotics: Insights from a topic modeling approach

10. SDG Zero? A People-Centered Approach to Universal Connectivity

11. Breaking Through the Digital Ceiling: ICT Skills and Labour Market Opportunities

12. Robots and Labor in the Service Sector: Evidence from Nursing Homes

13. NATO and the Future Character of Warfare

14. "Systemic Risks": A Conversation on Nuclear Technology and Deterrence with Dr. Vipin Narang

15. Artificial Intelligence, Globalization, and Strategies for Economic Development

16. Artificial Intelligence for Social Good: Avoiding the Solutionist Trap

17. Military Operations and Artificial Intelligence

18. Listening to Users and Other Ideas for Building Trust in Digital Trade

19. Cyberspace and Geopolitics: Assessing Global Cybersecurity Norm Processes at a Crossroads

20. Cyber Mapping the Financial System

21. Standards for Digital Cooperation

22. Naturaleza de los conflictos e inteligencia artificial: ¿ruptura de una continuidad? (Nature of Conflicts and Artificial Intelligence: A Continuity Break?)

23. Trade and Transport Margins in Pharmaceuticals and other R&D-Intensive Industries

24. Weathering TechNationalism

25. Cyber-incident Management: Identifying and Dealing with the Risk of Escalation

26. Responsible Artificial Intelligence Research and Innovation for International Peace and Security

27. The Executive’s Guide to Quantum Cryptography: Security in a Post-Quantum World

28. Don’t Throw Caution to the Wind: In the Green Energy Transition, Not All Critical Minerals Will Be Goldmines

29. conomic Rents and the Contours of Conflict in the Data-driven Economy

30. Helping Organizations Master Data Governance

31. Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence: An Overview

32. Tracking COVID-19 in the Age of AI and Tech Wars

33. Robotisation, Employment and Industrial Growth Intertwined Across Global Value Chains

34. ID2020, Bill Gates and the Mark of the Beast: how Covid-19 catalyses existing online conspiracy movements

35. The Use of Cyberspace in the Context of Hybrid Warfare. Means, Challenges and Trends

36. Artificial Intelligence and Strategic Trade Controls

37. Emerging Technologies and Trade Controls: A Sectoral Composition Approach

38. Comparative Advantage in (Non-)Routine Production

39. Can You Hear Me? Taking Mediation Online: Reflections from Practice

40. Artificial Intimacy

41. Dual Use in the DPRK

42. Technology in Conflict: how COVID-19 contact tracing apps can exacerbate violent conflicts

43. Government as the First Investor in Biopharmaceutical Innovation: Evidence From New Drug Approvals 2010–2019

44. On Technological Surveillance in the Fight against Coronavirus

45. New Tech, New Threats, and New Governance Challenges: An Opportunity to Craft Smarter Responses?

46. Moving the Encryption Policy Conversation Forward

47. The Global Expansion of AI Surveillance

48. Cyber Risk Scenarios, the Financial System, and Systemic Risk Assessment

49. ICT Supply Chain Integrity: Principles for Governmental and Corporate Policies

50. Lessons Learned and Evolving Practices of the TIBER Framework for Resilience Testing in the Netherlands

51. Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging Technologies for the Refugee System

52. Patching Our Digital Future Is Unsustainable and Dangerous

53. The Role of Technology in Addressing the Global Migration Crisis

54. Future Space Controls and the Invisible Hand

55. Governing Big Tech’s Pursuit of the “Next Billion Users”

56. The Machines Are Not So Easy to Ride: Another Take on Automation

57. Digital Governance: Is Krishna a Glimpse of the Future?

58. U.S. Policy Roadmap: A Drive to Transform Global Food and Nutrition Security

59. The Cybersecurity Workforce Gap

60. Rebooting the Innovation Agenda

61. Beyond Technology: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in the Developing World

62. The Role of Development Finance Institutions in Enabling the Technology Revolution

63. Migrant Inventors and the Technological Advantage of Nations

64. Technological Disruption in the Global Economy

65. Cross-Border E-Commerce: WTO discussions and multi-stakeholder roles – stocktaking and practical ways forward

66. Uncertain Futures Imaginaries, Narratives, and Calculative Technologies

67. Automation and a Changing Economy: Policies for Shared Prosperity

68. Automation and a Changing Economy: The Case for Action

69. The Future of Work 2.0: Navigating the Transition to New Possibilities

70. WMD Capabilities Enabled by Additive Manufacturing

71. HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series

72. The Privatisation of Security and the Market for Cyber Tools and Services

73. An Effects-Centric Approach to Assessing Cybersecurity Risk

74. Engaging State-Owned Enterprises in Climate Action

75. Electric Vehicle Penetration and Its Impact On Global Oil Demand: A Survey of 2019 Forecast Trends