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For this edition of The Power of Ideas, FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute, invited authors to explore how innovative collaboration can accelerate medical research discoveries. Their insights on topics such as venture philanthropy, data sharing, patient engagement and more, provide a roadmap for action.

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Gina Agiostratidou
Collaborating to Evolve

 


 

As we commence the 19th annual Milken Institute Global Conference, we've woven together 19 essays emphasizing this year's conference theme — The Future of Humankind. This particular edition of The Power of Ideas presents in-depth analysis on global topics that will shape our future and the world we live in today.

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Laura Carstensen
Paul Irving
The Power of an Older Workforce
Eric Garcetti
Michael S. Burke
How L.A. Can Model the Future

 


 

To prepare for the 18th annual Milken Institute Global Conference, we asked 18 leaders in their fields to offer insights on the issues important to them. This collection, The Power of Ideas, exemplifies the spirit of the event and reflects the breadth of topics the Milken Institute addresses throughout the year.

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Stephen J. Cloobeck, Matt Damon & Gary White
A Partnership to Quench the World's Thirst

 


 

For this edition of "The Power of Ideas," the Milken Institute Asia Center invited senior leaders to offer their insights on issues close to their hearts. These articles exemplify the spirit of the Institute's work and speak to the pertinent issues faced by leaders in Asia.

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Michael Klowden
Chan Heng Wing
Ideas Into Action
Pierpaolo Barbieri
The Two Latin Americas
Bill and Melinda Gates
Our Bet for 2030

For this edition of The Power of Ideas, FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute, invited senior leaders from across sectors in medical research to offer their insights on cutting through the roadblocks that slow medical progress.

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Thomas R. Insel / Kafui Dzirasa
Redefining Mental Illness
Margaret Anderson
What is Past is Prologue