EGC 60th Anniversary Events
Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Economic Justice Virtual Symposium
A symposium in October and November 2021 focused on race, ethnicity, gender, and economic justice in a variety of settings worldwide, hosted by EGC and Inclusion Economics at Yale University.
Celebrating EGC and the International and Development Economics (IDE) Program
Fintech now and in the Future: the Role of Central Banks
Virtual panel discussion on technology and financial inclusion, featuring Dr. Patrick Njoroge, Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya (Yale Economics PhD ’93) and Tavneet Suri (IDE MA ’01, Yale Economics PhD ‘06) – The keynote event launching the celebration of the 65thAnniversary of the International and Development Economics (IDE) masters program at Yale.
The Economy of Brazil, 1980 to Present: Problems & Possibilities
A virtual conversation with Edmar Bacha (IDE MA ’65, Yale Economics PhD ’68), Founding Partner & Director, Casa das Garças Institute for Economic Policy Studies, and Ana Cecilia Fieler, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics. Part of the celebration of the 65th Anniversary of the International and Development Economics (IDE) masters program at Yale.
Celebrating the women who helped found EGC
Pioneering Women of EGC and Yale Economics
A virtual panel discussion on September 26, 2020 honored women who helped found EGC and pushed for equality in the economics profession – and served as a launch for EGC’s 60th Anniversary celebration year.