Senior Fellow for Digital Policy
Digital policy, international economic policy, women's issues, anti-bribery/rule of law, social policy.
The Roundtable Series on Digital Policy brings together foreign policy and technology policy leaders to work toward a vision for a digital foreign policy to safeguard the open and secure Internet, ensuring it remains a platform for economic growth, innovation, and expression.
Role Models: Empowering Women and Inspiring Change
Identifying gender considerations as a driver of economic growth, Karen Kornbluh discusses Europe's efforts to create economic opportunities for women on a discussion panel with Linda Douglass, Melody Barnes, Madhulika Sikka, Margaret Spellings, Caryl M. Stern, and Neera Tanden.
Abolish the Minimum Wage
In an Intelligence Squared debate with James A. Dorn and Russell Roberts, Karen Kornbluh and Jared Bernstein argue against the elimination of the minimum wage, citing consequences for the knowledge economy, social mobility, and inequality. Karen Kornbluh and Jared Bernstein were declared the winners of the debate.
Americans Cut Off from Opportunity Without Equal Access to the Internet
Approximately 100 million Americans lack broadband internet access. Karen Kornbluh discusses the consequences of the so-called digital divide for economic and educational equality with Hari Sreenivasan and Vicky Rideout on PBS Newshour.