The Global Interdependence Center, a nonprofit organization, seeks to stimulate thoughtful, global dialogue on a wide range of issues that affect the international community.
The issue is easily defined: Convergences reduce volatility. Divergences increase volatility. That defines the yin and yang of markets. Or others might call it the Sturm und Drang of markets. We call it a merger of metaphors. “Yin and yang” (Chinese philosophy, origin estimated 4th century BC) describes how opposite or contrary forces are actually […]
The Global Interdependence Center and Columbus Community Center hosted the third installment in their Bottom Line of Disabilities series on January 13, 2016 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. “Autism in the Workforce: Identifying Obstacles and Leveraging Innovation” convened corporate and civic leaders, advocates, and industry professionals to explore cutting-edge academic studies, policy work, and […]