Research and Intellectual Engagement
Corporate Research Partnerships
The Initiative will identify opportunities for Berkeley faculty to address issues relevant to companies operating in growth markets. Examples include (a) using state-of-the art analytical techniques, including machine learning, to examine data sets from partner companies and (b) providing research insights for partner companies and policy makers based on impact evaluation and experimentation (for example, A/B testing).
CGM will collaborate with top universities on research, teaching and policy engagement.
Non-Governmental and Developmental Partnerships
CGM will collaborate with key nongovernmental and developmental entities (i.e., World Bank and the Gates Foundation) on critical research, policy and development challenges.
CGM will work to generate research funding for faculty research projects, Ph.D. students, and post-doctoral scholars.