The courts and women’s health, Google and anti-trust and more [Daybook]

8:30 Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage with Robert D. Atkinson,Co-Author, Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage; Michael Lind, New America Foundation (New America Foundation

9:00 Journey to Leadership: A Conversation with Afghan Women Changemakers; Hasina Safi, Afghanistan Women’s Education Centre (AWEC) and Afghan Women’s Network; Mahbouba Seraj, Organization for Research in Peace and Solidarity and Afghan Women’s Network (Wilson Center)

10:00 Latin America’s Macroeconomic Future with Guillermo Calvo, Columbia University; Carmen Reinhart, Harvard Kennedy School; Ernesto Talvi, The Brookings Institution (Brookings Institutions)

10:00 Why Courts Matter: Women’s Health and Rights with Nancy Northup, Center for Reproductive Rights; Nita Chaudhary, Ultra Violet and MoveOn.org Political Action; Marcia Greenberger, National Women’s Law Center; Theodore Shaw, Columbia University and NAACP Legal Defense Fund (Center for American Progress)

12:15 Kill or Capture: The War on Terror and the Soul of the Obama Presidency with author Daniel Klaidman and Peter Bergen, New America Foundation (New America Foundation

12:30 Google and anti-trust: The new debate over Internet search with Jeff Eisenach, AEI; Randal Picker, University of Chicago; George Priest, Yale University; Gregory Sidak, Criterion Economics (AEI)

1:00 Japan’s Energy Future with Scott L. Campbell, The Howard Baker Forum; Charles K. Ebinger, Energy Security Initiative, Foreign Policy; Llewelyn Hughes, The George Washington University; Toshikazu Okuya, Japan External Trade Organization in New York (Brookings Institution)

2:00 The Role of the Federal Republic of Germany in the Industrialization of the Republic of Korea during the Park Chung Hee Era with Meung-Hoan Noh, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies; Bernd Schaefer, Wilson Center; James Person, Wilson Center (Wilson Center