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Food and water, humanity’s most basic needs, are in short supply, pressured by population growth, economic trends, trade rivalries, political strategies and unfavorable weather developments. These have reduced supplies relative to growing global demand driven, in part, by our global success in raising real incomes. It is not possible for individual countries to deal effectively [...]Learn more
The kick off to our 2009 Global Conference Series in Philadelphia! In partnership with the CFA Society of Philadelphia and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, this half-day conference will focus on the food price inflation crisis as it pertains to investment in sectors tied to food and water, and the geopolitical ramifications of increased [...]Learn more
On December 18th The Global Interdependence Center presented Martin Feldstein with the Frederick Heldring Award for Global Leadership. Martin Feldstein is the is the George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University and President Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research. In addition to serving as President and CEO of the NBER, throughout [...]Learn more