GIC Member, Barry Shapiro joined GIC's delegation to Havana, Cuba in January, 2019. He recapped the week in text and photos for GIC's latest blog post.
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the on the implications of the Italian budget battle was published by the Bertelsmann Foundation in cooperation with The European Institute at the University of Maryland.
Chris Whalen, GIC Board Member and Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC, discusses the modesty of economic growth in the United States.
GIC is delighted to share a recent speech made by Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn, Director General and Special Advisor to the Governor of the Banque de France. His remarks on the "Power of Money" were given during a conference at the Banque de France on January 28, 2018.
By yearend, 8 states will have recreational Marijuana; 29 will have medical usage. Meanwhile a reversal of established policy gives an “in your face” to the majority of the country. That is the result of the latest gesture by the US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
GIC Chairman, Michael Drury, shares his insights from GIC’s recent conference in Mexico City from October 4-6, 2017.
This commentary was co-authored by Philippa Dunne (The Liscio Report) and David Kotok (Cumberland Advisors). It reflects their personal views. A saga unfolds. First, snippets of online news, followed by TV images and “breaking news” reports. “Another one,” she thinks. “Ugh!” he exclaims, “madness! Why? What is the matter with these people?” Two thousand miles […]
Sorenson Impact Center Selects Columbus Community Center to Participate in National Pay for Success InitiativeMay 8, 2017
The Global Interdependence Center’s partner in The Bottom Line of Disabilities series, Columbus Community Center, was awarded a subgrant to participate in a Pay for Success (PFS) feasibility program by the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business. GIC congratulates Columbus on this award! Read the full press […]
GIC board member J. Paul Horne shares his comments on implications of the first round of France’s presidential election on 23 April and the likely, but not certain, outcome of the run-off between Macron and Le Pen on 7 May. The report was published by The European Institute, a Washington-based think tank promoting trans-Atlantic relations that […]