Economics and Globalization News

Mexico Institute In the News: "The importance of Mexico's elections"

Jan 03, 2012
Mexicans will go to the polls to choose a new president, new senators and federal deputies - and if opinion polls are to be believed, possibly a new governing party. A major election issue is the country's crackdown against organised crime which is now in its sixth year. It has caused violence to flare in states that are on the drug route to the US and more than 50,000 people have been killed since 2006.

Canada Institute's Beyond the Border Initiative

Dec 14, 2011
The Wilson Center’s Canada Institute has launched a major initiative to measure the progress of the “Beyond the Border” agreement unveiled by President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Encouraging Entrepreneurship, Encouraging Growth

Dec 08, 2011
Amy Wilkinson delivers the keynote address at the Federal Reserve Bank Board of Governors conference "Small Business and Entrepreneurship During an Economic Recovery."

U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border and Regulatory Cooperation Council Initiatives

Dec 08, 2011
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Why new U.S.-Canada border plan will boost manufacturing and Ohio exports: Laura Dawson and Paul Frazer

Dec 08, 2011
Canada Institute public policy scholar Laura Dawson and Co-Chair of the Canada Institute's Advisory Board Paul Frazer break down how the new U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border Action Plan and Regulatory Cooperation Council Action Plan will help North America's manufactoring sector

Laura Dawson comments on new U.S.-Canada border agreement

Dec 07, 2011
Canada Institute public policy scholar Laura Dawson speaks to news media about the new Beyond the Border action plan and what it means for the U.S.-Canada relationship in light of the Keystone XL pipeline delay.

The Fate of the Eurozone: Hanging Together or Falling Apart?

Nov 23, 2011
Does the possibility of a Greek exit from the eurozone and the pressure on Italy's debt signal a new level of crisis for the monetary union? Senior Scholar and former chairman of the Fiscal Council in Hungary George Kopits explains the various elements of the crisis.

Progress for Women, but a Long Way to Go

Nov 23, 2011
In a year of some major successes for women — the Nobel Peace Prize, the commanding performances of Angela Merkel and Hillary Rodham Clinton, the end of men-first in the line of succession to the British throne — a new worldwide study concludes that women remain well behind men in two crucial areas: economic equality and political power.

Small Businesses Key to Economic Growth

Nov 22, 2011
Public Policy Scholar Amy Wilkinson delivers the keynote speech at the November 10, 2011 Federal Reserve Board of Governors conference, "Small Business and Entrepreneurship during an Economic Recovery"

U.S.-Canada Trade: Thomas Nides' Remarks at Innovation Conference

Nov 04, 2011
At the November 2nd Canada 2020 Innovation Conference in Ottawa, U.S. Dept of State Deputy Secretary Thomas Nides commented on the important trade issues in the U.S.-Canada relationship.

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