The 2022 Global Economic Outlook

Despite continued recovery from the pandemic in 2021, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank forecast that output in 2022 will be far below pre-pandemic projections. Moreover, the recovery has been […]

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Episode 43: Global Economic Outlook 2021

Guest: Nicolas Véron At the start of the new year, Nicolas Véron, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, spoke at CCWA’s inaugural Dr. Raj and Karen […]

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Entrepreneurship as the Engine of Prosperity and Stability

Visitors from 16 countries throughout Africa will travel to Northeast Ohio to observe the effectiveness of the business sector in creating jobs and alleviating global poverty. This project will examine […]

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Global Economic Cooperation

As the world economy continues to grow, local businesses and economies have the opportunity to connect with the larger global market. In this Multi-Regional Project, visitors from the Colombia, Egypt, […]

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New Economic Map for the Korean Peninsula

South Korean policy advisors involved in formulating the Moon Jae-in administration’s “New Economic Map for the Korean Peninsula” will visit the U.S. to examine a wide range of government agencies, […]

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Managing Start-Up Incubators for Growth

Through this project, Pakistani visitors will explore start-ups and business incubation in the U.S. and the involvement of both the private and public sectors. Small business in Northeast Ohio is tightly […]

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Creative Economy and Entrepreneurship Incubators

After facing economic hardship with the decline of its traditional steel making and manufacturing industries, Cleveland today has transformed itself into a hub for entrepreneurship. As a result, a group […]

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Global Economic Cooperation

As the world economy continues to grow, local businesses and economies have the opportunity to connect with the larger global market. In this Multi-Regional Project, visitors from the Gaza Strip, […]

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Episode 21: The Myth of China’s Might- And What It Means for America

Guest: Jeremy R. Haft Jeremy R. Haft, a 20 year veteran of the China market, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, and CEO of SafeSource Trading, an export trading firm, discussed […]

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Economic Diversity and Single Industry Towns

For decades Cleveland’s manufacturing-based economy helped define the industrial heartland of America. Today Cleveland and the Midwest are known by the “Rust Belt” moniker, in reference to deindustrialization and urban […]

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