GIC In the News

Bottom Line of Disabilities: Investing in Social Change

January 11, 2016

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 […]

China’s good example on creating partnerships – Opinion

November 16, 2015

“Furthermore, regional organizations such as the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, the Global Interdependence Center, and the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia are each reaching for additional value from an interdependent, global marketplace. A better-informed business constituency would make their efforts all the more likely to succeed.”

Energy Interdependence in the Western Hemisphere

November 11, 2015

Senior leaders from the energy sector, various governments and trade organizations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada explored three overarching themes at this full-day conference: physical and financial infrastructures of the “midstream,” new energy pricing and trade patterns and the vital ways in which Greater Philadelphia can contribute to energy interdependence in the Western Hemisphere.

Using Technical Analysis in Investing

October 9, 2015

Central Banking Series: St. Louis

October 1, 2015

GIC held its first conference in St Louis on September 25, 2015 at the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis. The event featured an open and spirited discussion between St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard and Macroeconomic Adviser’s Larry Meyer (a former Federal Reserve board member). Four other panels featured the best and brightest […]