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Wilma B. Liebman

Wilma B. Liebman

Senior Research Associate

President Obama designated Wilma B. Liebman to be Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on January 20, 2009. She served as Chairman until August 27, 2011, when her third term expired.  Since then, she has been engaged in various advisory roles and consulting projects and has taught at several universities.... Read more about Wilma B. Liebman

Gaochao He

Gaochao He

Senior Research Associate

Professor Gaochao HE is a political scientist by training.

He was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Labor and Worklife Program of Harvard Law School between March and September of 2016. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago in 1993, and served as a professor in the department of political science at Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou of China between 2004 and 2017. He has been working as a Senior Research Fellow in the China Centre (Maritime), Southampton Solent University of England since April of 2017.... Read more about Gaochao He

Florrie Darwin

Florrie Darwin

Senior Research Associate

Florrie Darwin has been a Lecturer on Law at the Harvard Law School, teaching in the negotiation workshop. At HLS she has co-created and taught a course on “Negotiating Leadership,” and has worked as a mediator and trainer in the Harvard Mediation Program. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching negotiation at the Georgetown University Law Center, and a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne Law Masters Program.... Read more about Florrie Darwin

Pierre Azoulay

Pierre Azoulay

Senior Research Associate
International Programs Professor of Management, Sloan School of Management, MIT

Dr. Pierre Azoulay is an Associate Professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His general research interests lie at the intersection of several subfields of economics: technical change, labor, health, and organizational economics. Most of his work deals with the organization of the “ideas sector” of the economy, and the consequences of different institutional arrangements for innovation, and ultimately economic growth.

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