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View Resource The Centre for the Study of Global Governance

Established in 1992 at the London School of Economics and Political Science, the Centre for the Study of Global Governance with a substantial grant from the Maurice Laing and Rufford Foundations. As the website notes, the centre's mission is "to inquire into the origins and nature of urgent problems facing the globe, to inform by way of public lectures, seminars, and discussion, and to influence...
View Resource Global Policy Forum

The United Nations has a number of policy initiatives occurring in all parts of the globe, and some might ask the question: Who evaluates the effectiveness of such programs? The United Nations does some of this work themselves, but the Global Policy Forum is also intimately concerned with monitoring their programs, along with "promoting accountability of global decisions." Visitors who know what...
View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Applied Macro- and International Economics

How do business firms operate? And how do the basic tools of macroeconomic management affect their operations? These are but a few of the questions addressed by the MIT course "Applied Macro- and International Economics". The course was recently placed online as part of the OpenCourseWare initiative, and the materials are from the version taught in the spring of 2011 by Professors Robert Rigobon...
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