Institute for International Economic Policy

Visiting Scholars

The Institute for International Economic Policy hosts scholars whose activities are related to the research program of the institute.

The IIEP normally provides shared use of an office; access to a computer and the Internet; borrowing privileges at GW's Gelman library; limited telephone, fax, and photocopying privileges; and an opportunity to interact with other scholars focusing on international economic policy.

2017-2018 Visiting Scholars

Zoe McLaren, Asssitant Professor of Public Health, University of Michigan
Ajay Chhibber, Visiting Distinguished Professor at India's National Institute for Public Finance and Policy
Yu Zhang, Nankai International Economy Institute

2016-2017 Visiting Scholars

Ajay Chhibber, Visiting Distinguished Professor at India's National Institute for Public Finance and Policy
Nan Geng, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of World Economy, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation
Xiujun Xu, Senior Research Fellow, Insitute of World Economics and Politics
Alejandro Bonvecchi, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Daniel Hicks, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oklahoma

2015-2016 Visiting Scholars

Ajay Chhibber, Visiting Distinguished Professor at India's National Institute for Public Finance and Policy

2014-2015 Visiting Scholars

Ajay Chhibber, Visiting Distinguished Professor at India's National Institute for Public Finance and Policy

2012-2013 Visiting Scholars

Tonmoy Islam, Assistant Professor of Economics at Elon University
Shagun Mehrotra, Professor of Sustainable Development at The New School University

2011-2012 Visiting Scholars

Bruce Reynolds, Professor of Economics, University of Virginia
Stefano Barbieri, Associate Professor of Economics, Tulane University
Alberto Chong, Principal Research Economist - Research Group, Inter-American Development Bank
Eduardo Zambrano, Professor of Economics, Cal Poly

2010-2011 Visiting Scholars

Bruce Reynolds, Professor of Economics, University of Virginia
Christopher Kurz, Federal Reservce Board

Please contact iiep@gwu.edu for more information.