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While CGD and CGDE in-person events are postponed at this time following guidance from public health officials on dealing with the spread of the coronavirus, we will continue to host some events and meetings online and will place updated announcements on this page as they are organized and confirmed. Thank you for your continued interest in CGD’s work.

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Upcoming

December 4, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET

Supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 are twin threats, both to lives and livelihoods. We have focused some of our past discussions on COVID-19 and medical supply chains. Supply chain disruptions are also aggravating to the economic effects of the crisis. Companies must ensure the safety of...

Past

October 15, 2020
Joint analysis of new tariff agreements by experts from the UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO), the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the...
September 15, 2020
How have US-China trade relations impacted US higher education? In a new paper, Gaurav Khanna and his co-authors link trade liberalization with China...
October 3, 2019
Global trade is facing strong political headwinds in the United States. While evidence shows trade generally yields economic benefits on balance,...
July 2, 2019
Over the last 25 years, Mexico has benefited from robust trade and financial integration with North America and strong domestic macroeconomic and...
March 6, 2018
The Center for Global Development and Oxfam are hosting a discussion on the Politics of Pro-Worker Reforms with author Alice Evans. Alice will...
March 24, 2016
Stitches to Riches is motivated by South Asia’s urgent need to create more and better jobs for a growing population. This book...
February 12, 2015
A body of literature suggests that relationships affect contractual and market outcomes, but how does market structure affect the economics of...
June 19, 2014
It is widely believed that oil prices impact food prices in developing countries. Yet evidence on this relationship is scarce. Using maize and petrol...

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