Upcoming Events

  • Globalization and Achieving the SDGs in Africa

    08/27/19   Meeting

    Academy Hall, Academy Common 3F, Surugadai Campus, Meiji University   Toyko, Japan

    Professor Joseph Stiglitz will host a public seminar and give a keynote address relating to his joint research project between IPD and JICA-RI.

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  • Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy

    03/21/19   Meeting

    Brussels, Belgium

    On March 21st, FEPS and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz will give a keynote address regarding his report, "Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy," which will be published as a book later this year.

  • Celebrating the ILO's Centenary: Investing in People at Work

    03/13/19   Meeting

    New York, New York , United States

    The International Labor Organization (ILO) Office for the United States in collaboration with Columbia University is hosting an afternoon conference, followed by an early evening reception to discuss the impact of the gig economy on shaping today's workplace, as it relates to the protection and rights of independent workers, outside the...

  • 2018 Advanced Graduate Workshop on Poverty, Development, and Globalization

    07/08/18   Graduate Workshop

    Bangalore, India

    The 2018 Advanced Graduate Workshop will take place in Bangalore, India from July 8-21.

  • INET/IMF Conference on the Macroeconomics of AI

    04/06/18 - 04/07/18   Meeting

    A discussion on the effects of AI on Macroeconomics.

  • Financial Networks: Big Risks, Macroeconomic Externalities, and Policy Commitment Devices

    02/23/18 - 02/24/18   Meeting

    The objective of the conference is to exchange perspectives on the risks posed by financial networks, and the role these networks play in the well-functioning of the real economy.

  • 5th Annual FEPS-IPD Conference: A more progressive trade policy: regroup and reform

    10/16/17   Meeting

    Washington DC

    High-level, pertinent stakeholders from the US and Europe will gather together to discuss and debate throughout the day, focused on three topics - trade agreements and their effects, current trade imbalances, and the political reality of international trade agreements.

  • The Future of National Development Banks - Public Panel

    04/20/17   Meeting

    Washington, District of Columbia, United States

    At the public panel, the four panelists addressed the questions of what the future for development banks looks like.

  • The Future of National Development Banks - Final Meeting

    04/19/17 - 04/20/17   Meeting

    Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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    This is the outcome of a two- year Columbia University’s Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) research project on national development banks, which has been supported by Brazil’s National Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES) and the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF).

    In the wake of the 2007/09 North-Atlantic financial crisis, as concern about the limitations of a purely private financial system grew, the positive roles that many national development banks played during...

  • The Quality of Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: JICA-IPD Africa Task Force Meeting

    04/11/17 - 04/12/17   Meeting

    New York

    In April 2017, the JICA-IPD Africa Task Force met for a 2-day meeting at Columbia University. The purpose of the meeting was for taskforce members to present their papers on the topic of the quality of growth in Sub-Saharan Africa. The papers were discussed among taskforce members and after taking the feedback into account, will be in the...

  • The Future of National Development Banks

    09/15/16 - 09/16/17   Meeting

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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    Research partnership between BNDES/CAF/IPD on the national development banks of Brazil, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Germany and China.

    The project will focus on second tier national development banks –that is those that lend through other financial intermediaries, and not directly; it also includes cases of public sector banks active in project financing for development purposes (in infrastructure), but not public sector commercial banks.

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