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The World Policy Institute and New America Foundation invite you to a World Economic Roundtable on "The Meaning of the 2012 Election for U.S. Economic Policy and the World Economy."
Bruce Stokes, Director of Global Economic Attitudes at the Pew Research Center. A longtime international economics correspondent and now a contributing editor of the National Journal, Mr. Stokes will discuss the implications of the outcome of the election for U.S. policy and the world economy. He will also offer his analysis of American attitudes toward globalization, trade, and China and will review Pew Research's latest findings of public attitudes in the Euro-zone on the crisis there.
Where and When
New York City at the Manhattan offices of King & Spalding, 1185 Avenue of the Americas on Tuesday, November 20th from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.
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The World Policy Institute, a non-partisan global think tank, engages fresh ideas and new voices from around the world to address critical shared challenges. WPI's Fellows program, regular public and private events, policy development, media activities, and flagship World Policy Journal provide a forum for solution-focused policy analysis and debate. It seeks and promotes policy solutions in support of an inclusive and sustainable global market economy, effective global governance, and broadened security strategies.
New America Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy institute that invests innew thinkers and new ideas to address the next generation of challenges facing the United States. New America emphasizes work that is responsive to the changing conditions and problems of our 21st Century information-age economy -- an era shaped by transforming innovation and wealth creation, but also by shortened job tenures, longer life spans, mobile capital, financial imbalances and rising inequality.