Stanford University

For Support Of Stanford’s Center For Advanced Study In The Behavioral Sciences’ 2014 Summit

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This grant would support Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University to host its third annual Behavioral and Social Science Summit. CASBS has assembled leading academics to present important findings as part of a dialogue with corporate, government, and media representatives. CASBS is partnering with the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) for the day-long event. This year’s focus will be on "The City," with participants discussing the latest insights and research on the challenges faced as more of the world’s population relocates to cities.
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