The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy identifies the major challenges of an increasingly interdependent global economy, mobilizes resources and talents to analyze the nature of these challenges, and designs effective policy responses to address them.
The International Fellowship Programs bring accomplished mid-career professionals from designated developing nations and emerging democracies to the United States for a year of professional development and related academic study and cultural exchange.
Governor Dayton to speak on Minnesota political future
Thinking about readability after Michelle Obama, Ann Romney speeches
Lloyd Axworthy speaking Tuesday, May 21
Dave Wilsey new MDP Coordinator
Upcoming Global Policy Events
|Our Shared Opportunity: A Vision for Global Prosperity|
May 22, 3 p.m. | Cowles Auditorium
Related Academic Programs
Master of Public Policy (MPP)
Master of Development Practice (MDP)
Mid-career Master of Public Affairs (MPA)
Professor Ragui Assaad
Professor Brian Atwood
Assistant Professor Greta Friedemann-Sánchez
Lecturer/Coordinator Sherry Gray
Professor Robert Kudrle
Professor Deborah Levison
Lecturer Chavanne Peercy
Professor James Ron
Professor Eric Schwartz
"The greatness of a nation is not detemined by its ultimate accomplishments, but more importantly by its significant beginnings."
- Hubert Humphrey, December 8, 1967