"The Kokkalis Program has opened doors for the many Southeast European students to come to Harvard for the purpose of learning to become catalysts for peace and stability in their home region. Socrates Kokkalis' vision and generous support is also redefining how all students at the Harvard Kennedy School view their futures and their responsibility to society."
Drew G. Faust, President Harvard University
Greece needs to accumulate productive capabilities by making new products where it can have a competitive advantage, and increase its exports, Hausmann stated. Hausmann's research shows that first rich countries don't specialize, they diversify, and second, the more countries export the more they grow.
The lecture was offered by H.E. Vuk Jeremić, MPA/ID 2003, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.
The seventh Secretary-General of UN’s International Maritime Organization Efthimios Mitropoulos received the 2010 Niki award for his “extraordinary contribution to the advancement of international law and technology for the safety of human life at sea and the protection of the marine environment worldwide.”
A three-day interactive course for senior executives focusing on communicating effectively through traditional media, the Internet and social media.
"The Kokkalis Program opens doors for individuals committed to seeing democracy and market economy flourish. The Program taps into the School's strengths: the intersection of international affairs, socio-economic analysis and technology policy. I can't think of a better fit. We are grateful to Mr. Kokkalis for supporting a new level of outreach, research and scholarship in this important and vital region."
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. University Distinguished Service Professor,Harvard Kennedy School