Hadi Khan

By Hadi Khan, Associate Consultant & MPA'12 A lot has been said on this topic and the debate is still alive: Do religious practices tend to increase during times of economic hardship? Or is there no effect at all? A survey study by Gallup offered a clear statistical answer – there is no significant change in church/synagogue/mosque attendance during or after the recent economic recession....
By Hadi Khan Blog Post 3/3 This is the third blog in the series of three on the Whitehouse Urban Entrepreneurship Summit that took place in Philadelphia on August 8, 2011. While the first and the second blogs delved into the logistics, math, money, and technical aspects of urban entrepreneurship, this blog, inspired by John Hope Bryant’s keynote speech, is about the intangible. It is about the...
By Hadi Khan Blog Post 2/3 In the last blog, we left pondering on how a cancer foundation comes into being. In this blog, we will proceed further into the Roundtables that took place at the White House Urban Entrepreneurship Forum in Philadelphia on August 8, 2011 and attempt to answer our question in a different light. Many speakers shared their views on how to foster innovation in Philadelphia...
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By Hadi Khan, MPA '12 Blog Post 1/3 “Who Creates a Cancer Foundation?” John Hope Bryant, founder and CEO of Operation Hope asked this question to an audience of business people, social workers, government officials, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs, all gathered for the White House Urban Entrepreneurship Forum at Temple University in Philadelphia. After a few moments of silence and confused...
By Hadi Khan, MPA '12 This is my first entry for the Fels Research & Consulting Blog. This blog is primarily about questions, and later blogs will be about answers and [most certainly] more questions. The Keystones Principles are a set of guidelines given by the Pennsylvania state government to the agencies for future investments. We at Fels Research & Consulting will look at the...
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