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Lou Pugliaresi is president of the Energy Policy Research Foundation, a not-for-profit organization in Washington, D.C. that studies and analyzes [...]
Lunchtime Talk: Global Seafood Markets in 2030—Dominated by Aquaculture, with Wild Fish as Niche Market Products?
Frank Asche is a well-known fisheries economist from Norway and a professor in the Department of Industrial Economics at the [...]
ISER has received a $288,000 check from the estate of Roxolana Pomeroy, for the Harold E. Pomeroy Public Policy Research Endowment. Dolly Farnsworth and John Havelock, longtime friends of the Pomeroys, presented the check to ISER on October 17. (In photo, left to right, John Havelock, Dolly Farnsworth, ISER Director Heather Hudson, CBPP dean Rashmi Prasad.) Roxolana Pomeroy established the endowment in 1985, to honor her husband, Harold Pomeroy, who died in 1983. Both Harold and Roxolana Pomeroy took a keen interest in public policy in Alaska and were active in state and local government during the early decades of statehood. The endowment supports faculty research on Alaska public policy. For more information, download the PDF (11KB).
A new Kids Count Alaska Data Book, providing a broad picture of the well-being of Alaska's children, is now available [...]