GW-CIBER promotes scholarly research in areas related to its theme of Institutions, Policies, and Development in International Business and to its five focal areas. Advancing knowledge across a range of disciplines, GW-CIBER Scholars investigate the role of institutions in facilitating commerce and fostering economic development, examine the way policies are formulated and implemented, and explore the challenges and opportunities presented by the rise of developing and emerging economies as global economic powers.
GW-CIBER Funded Projects
GW-CIBER sponsored research takes the form of published articles and books, working papers, research seminars, conference presentations, and the organization of academic workshops on topics related to GW-CIBER’s research streams.
GW-CIBER Scholars/Fellows come from various departments across GW and engage in cutting-edge research in their individual areas as well as across disciplines, touching on topics related to GW-CIBER’s theme.
GW-CIBER External Research Resources
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