Speakers Present Upbeat Projections at Cardinal Bank/Mason Economic Conference

Regional business leaders heard mostly good news about the region’s economy during the 22nd Cardinal Bank/Mason Greater Washington Economic Conference last week.

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Paul Grossman lecture

Students and faculty are invited to hear Paul Grossman lecture on the role of states in global trade with an emphasis on Virginia. Grossman is the Director of the International Trade Division of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP), the lead economic development and trade agency for Virginia. The lecture takes place in Founders Hall, […]

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Pay Attention to the South Caucasus: Reflections on the Last Ten Years

In 2002, CSIS published an article by three former US Ambassadors — Harry Gilmore (Armenia), Rich Kauzlarich (Azerbaijan) and Kenneth Yalowitz (Georgia) — entitled Pay Attention to the South Caucasus. Over ten years later, Ambassadors Kauzlarich and Yalowitz, together with Ambassador John Evans, will meet at George Mason University’s School of Public Policy to discuss […]

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Orienteering for Academics: Mapping your Scholarly Community

A strong sense of connection to other scholars is as essential to a graduate student as a compass is to a mountain climber.

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Open Letter to Mason Policy Faculty

Re: Big Data, External Partnerships, and the Future of Mason Policy

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Mason Policy Seminars

Upcoming Lunch Seminars

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Scholarship at Mason Policy

“Scholarship at Mason Policy” is a monthly rundown of recent faculty activity at Mason’s School of Public Policy. It includes faculty presentations, publications and honors and more.

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Faculty in the News

“Faculty in the News” is a regular rundown of recent media appearances and interviews by faculty at Mason’s School of Public Policy.

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Student and Alumni News

“Student and Alumni” is a regular rundown of student and alumni activity at Mason’s School of Public Policy.

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Helping Africa Benefit From Globalization

What can Africa gain from a world that’s interconnected? That question drives alumnus Jean-Guy Afrika’06 in his work as a senior trade policy analyst at the African Development Bank (AfDB).

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