Good Ventures awarded $80,000 to New York University to support Mark Kleiman's work on studying the mechanisms behind swift-and-certain sanctions. This is a follow-up to a previous grant, described here (note that the previous grant went to a different organization). The lead researcher, Mark Kleiman, had planned a study on the mechanisms by which swift-and-certain sanctions are effective, but reallocated funding due to a belief that the study was blocked by political headwinds. The study can now move forward, and we are providing funding for it.
New York University — Work on Swift-and-Certain Sanctions
- New York University
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- To support Mark Kleiman's work on studying the mechanisms behind swift-and-certain sanctions.