Resiliency & Recovery: A U.S.-Japan Dialogue Ten Years after 3.11: Moderated by Daniel P. Aldrich
On March 11, 2011 (3.11), a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit northeastern Japan, and the resulting tsunami and nuclear disaster devastated the Tohoku region. Victims of the Tohoku disasters impressed the world with their resilience. Today, 10 years later, the world is seeking the same resilience in the face of the health and economic crises caused by the global pandemic. At this live online symposium, leading voices and experts from Tohoku and the U.S. gather to exchange ideas and draw lessons from 3.11.
GRI Faculty Affiliate Daniel P. Aldrich Selected as the 57th Robert D. Klein Lecturer: “The Critical Role of Social Ties in Disasters and Shocks”
Daniel Aldrich was selected as the 57th Annual Robert D. Klein University Lecturer. Dr. Aldrich will be giving the lecture on the Critical Role of Social Ties in Disasters and Shocks.
Disparities in Economics Seminars: Research and Responses
This webinar is hosted by the American Economic Association Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession, as part of their Career Development series. GRI Faculty Affiliate Alicia Sasser Modestino will be among a panel of female economists, who will discuss their research as it relates to disparities in economic seminars.