Call for Papers: JGD Special Issue on Gendered Effects of Globalization in Developing Countries
JGD Special Issue on Gendered Effects of Globalization
Over the last thirty years, the dramatic increase in global economic integration and rapid pace of globalization has had substantial effects across the developing world. While the aggregate effects of globalization are well documented, the different impacts of globalization on men and women have received less attention. This special issue will...
World Protests: A Study of Key Protest Issues in the 21st Century
FES New York and the Global Social Justice program at the Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) invite you to a virtual panel discussion of World Protests: A Study of Key Protest Issues in the 21st Century, an open source e-book available as a free download. REGISTER HERE
Visions for the recovery and progressive taxation for a post-COVID world
Watch again the debate with the Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz and the EU Commissioner for Economy Paolo Gentiloni on their visions for the recovery and progressive taxation for a post-COVID world.
And find out what was said in Twitter.
The panel was a special session of the Day of Progressive...
Fiscal Space for Universal Health and Social Protection after the COVID19 Pandemic: How to Prevent Austerity
In 2020 governments have financed emergency care and urgent socioeconomic support to cope with COVID19. While this short-term expending was necessary, countries must also continue to invest in long-term universal health, social protection systems/floors and other SDGs. The funding gap remains vast and fiscal space limited given higher levels of...
The International Economic Association (IEA) announces the Stiglitz Essay Prize
07/03/20 - 07/07/20 Meeting
The International Economic Association (IEA) is happy to announce the Second Stiglitz Essay Prize (SEP) in honour of the past President of the association, Joseph E. Stiglitz. The deadline for submitting essays is Thursday 31 October 2019 at 2359 hours (GMT).
IMF Conditionality Reform in Promise and Practice: What does the evidence show?
As this is the first IMF meeting since the latest Review of Program Design and Conditionality, the panel assessed the Fund’s self-reported conditionality reform in light of independent evidence and analysis. This panel incorporated academic researchers and civil society actors to consider new research on IMF fiscal conditionality reform. The...
Globalization and Achieving the SDGs in Africa
Professor Joseph Stiglitz will host a public seminar and give a keynote address relating to his joint research project between IPD and JICA-RI.
Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy
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
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
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.