In the final installment of our Presidential Inbox series, Elliott School Dean Michael E. Brown outlines the biggest challenges facing the next U.S.
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.
Deepa Ollapally, associate research professor of international affairs, discusses three key challenges facing the next U.S. president in relations with India.
Welcome: James Foster, Director, The Institute for International Economic Policy
Xingwang Qian - SUNY-Buffalo State, Are Chinese Trade Flows Different?
Hong Ma - Tsignhua University, How do Exchange Rate Movements Affect Chinese Exports? - A Firm-level Investigation
Yaohui Zhao - China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, Retirement Patterns in China
The U.S.-China relationship is now second to none in importance for international economic relations and policy and accordingly is a major focus of IIEP. 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. This event is sponsored by the Institute for International Economic Policy
The launch of China and Africa: A Century of Engagement, featuring a discussion with coauthors Amb. David Shinn and Joshua Eisenman.
Professor David Shambaugh, director of the China Policy Program at the Elliott School of International Affairs, discusses the challenges for the next administration in U.S.-China relations.