Research with Impact
Harold E. Doley, III
Harold E. Doley, III (MPA, Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University; B.A., Columbia University) is Co-Founder and Managing Principal of The Lugano Group Incorporated, an international investment advisory firm established in 1995.
Based in New Orleans and New York City, the company focuses on financial opportunities and capital markets development in emerging and frontier markets with a concentration on Africa and the Caribbean Basin.
An international, multi-lingual financier and business developer with 30 years of experience, Mr. Doley has provided strategic counsel to private and public sector clients including governments, central banks, companies, non-governmental organizations, and stock exchanges around the world.
Roberta Arnold Ph.D.
Roberta Arnold Ph.D. (Bern), LL.M. (Nottingham) is specialized in International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights Law. A previous Public Prosecutor of Canton Ticino (2015-17), she is qualified as attorney in Switzerland (2009).
Currently she is in charge of the investigation procedures led by the Post and Telecommunications Surveillance Service (Service PTTS) of the Federal Department of Justice and Police. She is also a lecturer (criminal law) of the University of Zurich and a former lecturer on “Terrorism and the Law” of the University of Lucerne.
Hwy-Chang Moon Ph.D.
Professor Moon (Ph.D. University of Washington) is Professor Emeritus at Seoul National University and Chairperson of the Institute for Policy and Strategy on National Competitiveness (IPSNC).
He is also Consultant to United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and Honorary Ambassador of Foreign Investment Promotion for South Korea. He has taught as fulltime or invited professor at University of Washington, University of the Pacific, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Helsinki School of Economics, Keio University, and Stanford University.
Consulting Scholars form the intellectual and research core of the Taylor Institute as a space that supports international research.
Scholars are expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the Institute, to engage with each other and the Franklin community, and most of all, to engage with the current issues and societal challenges that are pertinent to a broader global community.
Consulting Scholars are appointed for three years, renewable indefinitely.
The Taylor Institute provides Scholars with an institutional academic affiliation, through the Institute and Franklin University Switzerland, as well as a way for Scholars’ research to reach a broader audience.