International Political Economy

Recent Lectures and Events

Much Less Wrong: Stern, Nordhaus, and the Economics of Climate Change—Dr. Frank Ackerman is the Director of the Research and Policy Program at the Global Development And Environment Institute at Tufts (GDAE) and is a Senior Scientist at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). (March 2008)

The Past, Present, and Future of Policy Planning: A two-day conference at The Fletcher School featuring speakers from Brookings Institute, McKinsey, Council on Foreign Relations and more. (April 2008) For more details, see: http://fletcher.tufts.edu/PolicyPlanning2008/index.shtml

In Motion: Intersections of Economics & Migration— a panel featuring Professors Lynch, Burgess & Trachtman. (March 2008)

Mutual Gains Approach: Recent Experiences in International Context— Frans Evers, Chair of the independent Dutch National Contact Point for OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, will speak about his recent experiences using the mutual gains approach in international context. (December 2007)

China's Economic Statecraft toward Southeast Asia— Professor Wang, who was in Taiwan observing the most recent presidential election, comments on China and East Asian regional issues. (April 2008)