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Call for Papers on Latin America-China Economic Relations

To foster the study and interest of Latin America-China relations in the context of a changing world economic structure, IPD will conduct an annual economic policy workshop. The launch workshop will take place on August 27th/28th in Chengdu, China. 8 young scholars will be selected through the paper-calling process to join senior scholars to participate the workshop.

IPD 2014 Activities and Achievement

For 2014, the Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) focused research on the following issues: International Economic Governance, Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Transformation in Industrial Policy, Inequality and Development Strategies in 2014. We concluded this year with 17 programs/conferences around the globe and numerous publication addressing key issues facing the International Economy.

IPD Hosts Workshop on Inequality in International Governance

After a prolonged neglect, there has been of late a revival of interest in the nexus of issues of economic transformation, industrialization and industrial policies. The Task Force aims to build on and foster this revival.

Conference on The Consequences of Economic Inequality for Economic Performance

This conference brought together experts to examine the link between inequality and economic performance in both developed and developing countries. A better understanding of theses links would enable us to give middle income countries sufficient advance warning of what may lie in store for them.

Book Talk with Kevin Gallagher

In Ruling Capital: Emerging Markets and the Regulation of Cross-border Finance, Boston University professor Kevin P. Gallagher shows how emerging market and developing countries were able to re-regulate cross-border financial flows into their countries in the wake of the financial crisis—despite the seemingly insurmountable political and economic odds. Not only did countries make room to regulate at home, but emerging powers created more policy space to regulate under the International Monetary Fund and at the G-20.

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