Institute for International Economic Policy
Support the Institute for International Economic Policy
Donations to the Institute for International Economic Policy help support our students our special events, and our research. Even more importantly, gifts to IIEP help us carry out our mission - to provide high-quality research that addresses critical issues surrounding the emerging global economy, in the fields of international trade, international finance, and international economic development and poverty reduction. Current research includes adaptation to climate change in developing countries, international financial regulation after the global crisis, the economics of ultra-poverty, China-US economic relations, and the free trade/fair trade debate. Ready to donate? Please contact the Elliott School's Development Office at 202-994-2585.
Donations to IIEP support our fellowship program which hosts four to six research fellows every semester. Our fellowship program not only fosters scholarly research, but also exposes students to the intricate workings of economic policymaking in Washington, DC. These undergraduate and graduate students conduct research in the following fields:
- international trade,
- international finance, or
- economic development
With your help, the ITIP program is planning on launching a study abroad program for their capstone projects. With this program, ITIP aims to add an international dimension to their students' work.
Donations to IIEP support our research initiatives. From the publishing of high quality articles, to the work conducted in our working papers, IIEP fosters and supports a robust research environment that covers a wide breadth of topics such as human rights, WTO dispute settlement, political economy of energy, tax reform, and forecasting, among others.
IIEP has hosted 83 events ranging from Pulitzer Prize winners to renowned economists and business leaders. Donations to IIEP will help sustain this tradition of excellence and will help continue to attract prominent individuals to IIEP.
David Donaldson, MIT
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