For the launch of our latest edition of the Public Sphere Journal, we held a Pecha Kucha-inspired evening presentation of the work of our authors — short and dynamic presentations of 20 slides, and 20 seconds per slide, for each paper featured in the journal.

We asked our authors to develop their own slideshows featuring their research. Here are a few of them:

Flavia Lorenzon – The Political Economy of Food Subsidies in Egypt: Reforms and Strengthening of Social Protection:

Neha Mishra – Data Localization Laws in a Digital World: Data Protection or Data Protectionism?:

Gabor Debreczeni – The New Eurasian Land Bridge: Opportunities for China, Europe, and Central Asia: