Dr. Rodney Wilson, Director, Nonproliferation and the Cooperative Monitoring Center, Sandia Laboratories
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. To have an event recorded, please submit a request here.
Sponsored by The International Forum for Democratic Studies at the National Endowment for Democracy and The George Washington University’s Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies.
Ann Harrison (University of Pennsylvania): Industrial Policy and Competition
Mary Lovely (Syracuse University): Trade Liberalization and Labor Shares in China
Lee Branstetter (Carnegie Mellon University): The Globalization of R&D: China, India, and the Rise of International Co-invention
Steve Barnett (Division Chief – China, IMF)
Xiaodong Zhu (University of Toronto): Accounting for China's Growth
Chang-Tai Hsieh (University of Chicago): Institutional Foundations of China's Growth
James Kung (HKUST): Do Land Revenue Windfalls Reduce the Career Incentives of County Leaders? Evidence from China
The US - China relationship is now second to none in importance for international economic relations and policy and accordingly is a major focus of Institute for International Economic Policy. The centerpiece of this initiative is our annual Conference on China's Economic Development and U.S.-China Economic Relations (or the "G2 at GW"), which has become one of the premier events of its type. For the last three conferences (2009, 2010, 2011) we created a follow-up online "virtual conference volume".
Fred Hiatt - Editorial Page Editor, Washington Post
Chair: Richard Samuels (MIT)
Chair: Sheila Smith (CFR)
Chair: Deepa Ollapally, Associate Director, Sigur Center for Asian Studies
Experts discuss the economic and security dynamics of the U.S.-Japan relationship.
Sponsored by: The Sigur Center for Asian Studies’ Rising Powers Initiative
Council on Foreign Relations Japan Program
MIT’s Center for International Studies