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Events

CGD is committed to building an organization that embraces diversity and fosters inclusivity. We value diversity across intersectional dimensions, including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, geographic location, and gender. As such, our public events aim to bring together relevant expertise and a balance of perspectives. Read our diversity commitments for public events here.

Upcoming

There are currently no upcoming events.

Past

June 1, 2004
David Lindauer visited CGD to talk about his book, "AIDS and South Africa: The Social Expression of a Pandemic" edited by Kyle K. Kauffman and David...
May 6, 2004
Raghu Rajan, Chief Economist of the IMF, will present an innovative and controversial proposal for how the international community might assist...
April 28, 2004
The Center for Global Development and FOREIGN POLICY Magazine unveiled the second annual Commitment to Development Index during a policy seminar on...
April 26, 2004
Jeffrey Williamson (Laird Bell Professor of Economics, Harvard University), one of the world's leading economic historians and a specialist in pre-...
April 22, 2004
The Initiative for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) is an unprecedented program in both its design and in its goal of easing the crippling debt...
March 11, 2004
Leigh Linden, a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will present a paper, "Remedying Education: Evidence from Two...
March 10, 2004
The Center hosted an afternoon discussion about the ongoing crisis in Haiti, "Haiti: Putting the Current Crisis in Perspective." Panelists included...
February 20, 2004
James Habyarimana, a PhD candidate at Harvard University presented "The Benefits of Banking Relationships: Evidence from Uganda’s Banking Crisis."

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