Publications

2011
Laura D. Anadon, Valentina Bosetti, Matthew Bunn, Michela Catenacci, and Audrey Lee. 6/2011. Research, Development, and Demonstration for the Future of Nuclear Energy. Cambridge, MA: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School; ICARUS Project, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei; and International Center for Climate Governance. research_development_and_demonstration_for_the_future_of_nuclear_energy.pdf
Fred McGoldrick, Matthew Bunn, Martin B. Malin, and William H. Tobey. 5/2011. Limiting Transfers of Enrichment and Reprocessing Technology: Issues, Constraints, and Options , Pp. 63. Cambridge, MA: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. limiting_transfers_of_enrichment_reprocessing_technology.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 3/24/2011. “How We Can Reduce the Risks of Another Fukushima.” Washington Post. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn. 3/15/2011. “Japan’s Nuclear Crisis: Six Reasons Why We Should – And Shouldn’t – Worry.” Christian Science Monitor. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn and William Tobey. 3/3/2011. “Keep Up the Pace of Locking Down the Bomb.” Huffington Post. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn, Venkatesh Narayanamurti, Laura D. Anadon, Hanna Breetz, Henry Lee, and Erik Mielke. 2/2011. Transforming the Energy Economy: Options for Accelerating the Commercialization of Advanced Energy Technologies, Pp. 38. Cambridge, MA: Energy Technology Innovation Policy, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. transforming_the_energy_economy_feb_2011.pdf
Matthew Bunn and E.P. Maslin. 2011. “All Stocks of Weapons-Usable Nuclear Materials Worldwide Must be Protected Against Global Terrorist Threats.” Journal of Nuclear Materials Management, 39, 2, Pp. 21-27. bunn_all-stocks-of-weapons-usable-material-worldwide-must-be-protected-against-global-terrorist-threats.pdf
2010
Matthew Bunn, Vyacheslav P. Kuznetzov, Graham T. Allison, Andrei Yu Gagarinski, Vladimir M. Schmelev, William H. Tobey, Victor F. Tsibulski, and Evgeniy P. Velikohov. 10/2010. Promoting Safe, Secure, and Peaceful Growth of Nuclear Energy: Next Steps for Russia and the United States, Pp. 73. Cambridge, MA: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School and Russian Research Center "Kurchatov Institute". bunn_promoting-safe-secure-and-peaceful-growth-of-nuclear-energy.pdf
9/2010. The Uncertain Future of Nuclear Energy, Pp. 107. Princeton: International Panel on Fissile Materials. bunn_the_uncertain_future_of_nuclear_energy.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 5/25/2010. “Managing Spent Fuel and Nuclear Waste Successfully – What Needs to be Done?” Testimony before the Blue-Ribbon Commission on the Nuclear Future. managing-spent-fuel-and-nuclear-waste-what-needs-to-be-done.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 4/2010. Securing the Bomb 2010: Securing All Nuclear Materials in Four Years, Pp. 115. Cambridge, MA and Washington, D.C. Project on Managing the Atom, Harvard University and Nuclear Threat Initiative. bunn_securing_the_bomb_2010.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 2010. “Nuclear Terrorism: A Strategy for Prevention.” In Going Nuclear: Nuclear Proliferation and International Security in the 21st Century , Pp. 329-367. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
2009
Laura Diaz Anadon, Kelly Sim Gallagher, Matthew Bunn, and Charles Jones. 2/2009. Tackling U.S. Energy Challenges and Opportunities: Preliminary Policy Recommendations for Enhancing Energy Innovation in the United States, Pp. 36. Cambridge, MA: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. tackling_us_energy_challenges_and_opportunities.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 2009. “Reducing the Greatest Risks of Nuclear Theft and Terrorism.” Daedalus, 138, 4, Pp. 112-123. reducing_the_greatest_risks_of_nuclear_theft_and_terrorism.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 2009. “Corruption and Nuclear Proliferation.” In Corruption, Global Security, and World Order, Pp. 124-166. Washington, D.C. Brookings. corruption_and_nuclear_proliferation.pdf
U.S. Committee Internationalization Civilian Nuclear Fuel on of the Cycle, National Academy Sciences National Research of and Council, Russian Committee Internationalization Nuclear Fuel on o fthe Cycle, and Russian Academy of Sciences. 2009. Internationalization of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Goals, Strategies, and Challenges, Pp. 206. Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press. (Matthew Bunn, Member of U.S. committee). bunn_internationalization_of_the_nuclear_fuel_cycle.pdf
Matthew Bunn and Martin B. Malin. 2009. “Enabling a Nuclear Revival – And Managing Its Risks.” Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, 4, 4, Pp. 173-191. enabling-a_nuclear-revival-and-managing-its-risks.pdf
2008
Matthew Bunn. 11/2008. Securing the Bomb 2008, Pp. 183. Cambridge, MA and Washington, D.C. Project on Managing the Atom, Harvard University and Nuclear Threat Initiative. bunn_securing_the_bomb_2008.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 7/17/2008. “Expanded and Accelerated HEU Downblending: Designing Options to Serve the Interests of All Parties.” In Proceedings of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management 49th Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN: INMM. expanded_and_accelerated_heu_downblending.pdf
Commission Eminent of Persons and Principal Drafter Matthew Bunn. 5/2008. Reinforcing the Global Nuclear Order for Peace and Prosperity: The Role of the IAEA to 2020 and Beyond , Pp. 33. Vienna, Austria: International Atomic Energy Agency. reinforcing_the_global_nuclear_order_for_peace_prosperity.pdf

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