Economics and Globalization

Serbia's Transition to a Market Economy: Achievements and Failures

Milica Uvalic, Professor of Economics, University of Perugia and current WWICS Public Policy Scholar

This event will take place in the 6th floor boardroom.

Central and Eastern Europe and the Global Financial Crisis: Heightened Risks and Rising Vulnerabilities

To varying degrees, the global economic crisis has not only stalled the dramatic economic growth of postcommunist East Europe, but has also pushed some countries into recession. Sharon Fisher presented an in-depth analysis of the economies of Central and Eastern Europe and assessed their ability to recover from the recession.

Transnational Integration Regimes as Development Programs

Gerald A. McDermott, Associate Professor, Sonoco International Business Department, Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina

This event will take place in the 6th floor Auditorium.

Economic Reform and Ethnic Cooperation in Post-Soviet Latvia and Ukraine

Economic Reform and Ethnic Cooperation in Post-Soviet Latvia and Ukraine
September 15, 2004
Staff-prepared summary of the EES informal discussion with Stephen Bloom, Postdoctoral Faculty Fellow, University of California-Los Angeles and East European Studies Research Scholar

Market Reform in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Achievements, Challenges, and Dangers

Summary of the East European Studies director's forum with Mladjan Dinkic, Governor of the National Bank of Yugoslavia.

The East European Economies Before EU Enlargement

Summary of the East European Studies meeting with Keith Crane, Research Director for PlanEcon and Editor of PlanEcon Trade and Finance Reviews.

Book Launch: <i>The Eagle and the Elephant: Strategic Aspects of U.S.-India Economic Engagement</i>

According to Raymond E. Vickery, economic engagement—trade, investment, lending, aid, and macroeconomic cooperation—constitutes the "engine" of strategic engagement. This theme is underscored repeatedly in Vickery's new book, The Eagle and the Elephant: Strategic Aspects of U.S.-India Economic Engagement, which was launched by the Asia Program at a June 1 event.

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