Web Video Initiative

The Elliott School's Web Video Initiative capitalizes on our robust events program that brings hundreds of scholars, policymakers, diplomats, journalists, and other world leaders to the GW campus each year. Our goal is to share our extraordinary on-campus resources with the broader community to advance understanding of important international issues.

Inaugural Conference on India's Economy

April 13, 2015
Keynote Address
April 13, 2015

Arun Kumar, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Global Markets; Director General, U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service

Poverty Eradication and Participation Panel
April 13, 2015

James Foster, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, GW
Vijayendra Rao, Lead Economist, Development Research Group, The World Bank

The Institute for International Economic Policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs, GW, hosted this conversation with top academic researchers, officials from the IMF, World bank, OECD, and the UN, and current and former high level policy makers in the U.S. and Indian governments on April 13, 2015.

Leadership in International Affairs: Lessons Learned with Michael E. Brown

April 09, 2015

 

Michael E. Brown, Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs, GW
Moderated by Diana B. Henriques, Contributing Writer, The New York Times

Brazil and Development: Growth, Equity and Sustainability into the 21st Century

March 27, 2015
Panel 4: Social Inclusion and Development
March 27, 2015

John Garrison, Senior Civil Society Specialist, Civil Society Team, The World Bank
Robert Muggah, Research Director and Program Coordinator for Citizen Security, Igarapé
Institute

The Elliott School of International Affairs' Brazil Initiative hosted leading experts on Brazilian Development from Brazil and the United States to explore Brazil’s development into the 21st Century.  The all-day symposium examined Brazil’s economic and social development challenges and policy options as President Dilma Rousseff begins her second term with a sluggish economy and increasing calls for significant political and structural reform.

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