240 captures
02 Nov 2009 - 26 Dec 2020
About this capture

Education and Child Policy
Energy and Environment
Finance, Banking
& Monetary Policy
Foreign Policy
and National Security
Government and Politics
Health Care
International Economics
and Development
Law and Civil Liberties
Political Philosophy
Regulatory Studies
Social Security
Tax and Budget Policy
Telecom, Internet and
Information Policy
Trade and Immigration
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20001-5403
Phone (202) 842 0200
Fax (202) 842 3490
Contact Us
  Sans Serif
Share with your friends:
International Economics and Development
Cato seeks to promote a better understanding around the world of the benefits of market-liberal policy solutions to combat some of the most pressing problems faced by developing nations. In particular, Cato’s research seeks to advance policies that protect human rights, extend the range of personal choice, and support the central role of economic freedom in ending world poverty. Cato scholars also recognize that open markets mean wider choices and lower prices for businesses and consumers, as well as more vigorous competition that encourages greater productivity.
Get the latest on International Economics and Development:RSS  
Issues by Topic

Issues by Region

Special Feature

Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar, Research Fellow, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity (India, China)
James A. Dorn, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Editor of Cato Journal (Trade and human rights, economic reform in China, the future of money)
Daniel Griswold, Director, Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies (Trade, international labor markets, globalization, trade barriers and subsidies, agricultural policy)
Steve H. Hanke, Senior Fellow (Monetary policy, inflation, currency and foreign exchange, privatization, public finance, capital market development)
Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Project Coordinator for Latin America (Latin America, economic freedom, socialism)
Daniel J. Ikenson, Associate Director, Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies (Trade, trade facilitation, globalization, antidumping law, U.S. manufacturing)
Andrei Illarionov, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity (Global liberty and prosperity, open society and democratic capitalism, Russian economic and social policies, the G-8, international economics)
Sallie James, Trade Policy Analyst (Trade, agricultural trade policy, trade negotiations, the Doha Round of trade talks, services trade, climate change and trade, and farm program reform)
Diqing Jiang, Research Fellow (China)
Daniel J. Mitchell, Senior Fellow (International tax competition, tax havens, OECD)
Ian Vásquez, Director, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity (International economics and development, economic liberty, foreign aid, IMF and World Bank, financial crises and the global financial system, international debt, Latin America, and Argentina)

Related Centers/Projects


Mad about Trade: Why Main Street America Should Embrace Globalization
A spirited defense of free trade which tells the underreported story of how a more global U.S. economy has created better jobs and higher living standards for American workers.
Shifting Superpowers: The New and Emerging Relationship between the United States, China, and India
Shifting Superpowers aims to energize the debate over the proper direction of U.S. foreign policy in the changing Asian landscape. It urges America to adapt to the realities of a world in which China and India are pursuing their own interests as superpowers, and in which China is not automatically America's enemy, while India is not consistently America's ally.
Upcoming Studies from the Cato Institute
"Estimating ObamaCare's Effect on State Medicaid Expenditure Growth: A Study of the Five Most Populous U.S. States," by Jagadeesh Gokhale

Sign up to receive periodic updates on Cato research and publications.

 In addition, please add me to your bi-monthly events updates

Feeds for Cato events: RSSiCal
[ More Events ]
Upcoming Events
June 29, 2011
Turning the Page in Afghanistan
Cato Policy Forum, 4:00 pm
June 30, 2011
The Declaration of Independents: How
Libertarian Politics Can Fix What's Wrong with
Cato Book Forum, 4:00 pm
July 14, 2011
Transportation Reauthorization: The Privatization
Cato Capitol Hill Briefing, 3:30 pm
July 19, 2011
Helping Students or Ballooning College Profits:
What's Federal Money Doing?
Cato Policy Forum, 4:00 pm
July 24-29, 2011
Cato University
Cato Conference, 8:00 am
Loews Annapolis Hotel, Annapolis, MD
September 15, 2011
10th Annual Constitution Day Conference
Cato Conference, 10:00 am
Mount Vernon Place • Undercroft Auditorium,
900 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.
The Cato Institute is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational foundation. Donations may be eligible for corporate matching gifts. Contributions are received from individuals, foundations, corporations, and partnerships and are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Cato Institute • 1000 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. • Washington D.C. 20001-5403
Phone (202) 842-0200 • Fax (202) 842-3490