This Journeys of Inquiry trip offers students a better understanding of China's economy, including the issues facing China's economy as well as China's economic development across a range of sectors from technology to manufacturing.
Help address barriers to health equity in southeast Asia or China by assisting Thai or Chinese public health researchers study cost-effective control of chronic disease and evaluate programs designed to increase physician supply in rural areas.
The Stanford Economic Development Research Initiative (SEDRI) intends to analyze the large set of issues that are peculiar to cities experiencing rapid economic growth as well as high urbanization rates and urban sprawl.
This project will involve research leading to training tools and policy recommendations on the full range of human rights issues and their interaction with the Indonesian Electronic Communications Law and the Criminal Defamation Law.
In this project, you will have the opportunity to understand the world of traditional, folk musicians in India through fieldwork and interviews, and explore testable solutions to improve the livelihoods of these musicians.
One of the major challenges for entrepreneurs is hiring the initial team to turn their ideas into prototypes and initial products. Particularly, for those not located in the epicenter of entrepreneurial activities, it becomes a major trial.
This fellowship honors Stanford Professor Ronald McKinnon’s memory by funding outstanding undergraduate and graduate research projects in the areas of international economics, international finance, and economic development.
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