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A delegation from Armenia visited the Hoover Institution on October 29, 2008, headed by Mushegh Tumasyan, the deputy minister of the economy. Their letter expressing interest in visiting Hoover stated that “the objective of the trip would be to enhance cooperation and partnerships with California universities, organizations, and companies involved in trade and economic development in Central Asia, Eastern Europe, and Russia. A visit to the Hoover Institution would be insightful and beneficial for the Armenian government delegation, given the Institution’s strong history of public policy and economic research on Russia and the former CIS countries.” They also visited the archives to view materials related to Armenia.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2024
International Women's Day 2024
Breakout Moves: How Women in Academia Succeed
To celebrate International Women’s Day, please join us for a live taping with Brandice Canes-Wrone, Caroline Hoxby, and Valerie Ramey. Moderated by … Hoover Institution, Stanford University
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Our 24th workshop features a conversation with Michelle Torres on “Benevolent Billionaires? Evaluating the Influence of Wealthy Owners on Local News… Hoover Institution, Stanford University
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