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Exploring New Paths for Development: Experiences from Latin America and China

Thanks to the generous support from LUCE Foundation, The School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University (SIPA), The President’s Global Innovation Fund, and the Center on Global Economic Governance (CGEG), the Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) successfully concluded its inaugural conference on Latin America-China

IPD co-hosts Meeting on Capital Account Liberalization and its Lessons for China in Beijing

Drawing from its extensive research and a recent publication on this exact matter, IPD joined forces with IWEP and CEGI to host a one-day conference on the topic to discuss the lessons learned from other emerging markets for exercising caution on capital account issues in the case of China.

IPD Co-President Jose Antonio Ocampo Talks about the End of Commodities Boom with Chinese Media Caixin in Beijing

Jose Antonio Ocampo talked with Wang Li Wei from Caixin Media about the end of a commodities boom and the capital market reform issues concerning China at Columbia Global Center in Beijing.

IPD/CNE co-host the Roundtable For a New Economy

Roundtable for a New Economy is an initiative spearheaded by the Center for a New Economy in San Juan, Puerto Rico that seeks to build the foundation for a future economic development policy for Puerto Rico. The initiative is being supported by a steering committee of academics from the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia University (IPD), the Brookings Institution (BI), and the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.

Africa’s Transformation through Industrial Development and Implementing Agenda 2063

Toward TICAD VI in 2016: Africa’s Transformation through Industrial Development and Implementing Agenda 2063 ~on the Occasion of Book Launch “Industrial Policy and Economic Transformation in Africa”

Dialogue on critical issues in development policy

Diverse stakeholders with a legitimate interest in policy outcomes often lack access to the process, information, and language necessary to participate effectively. IPD emphasizes diverse participation to enable civic involvement in economic policymaking.

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