International Policy

Experts at GWIPP and GW faculty affiliated with GWIPP engage in a wide variety of international and comparative research.

This includes international development, international relations, foreign policy, and cross-national or comparative policymaking.

Recent work includes Clarence Stone’s Regenerating Urban Neighborhoods project that focused on seven nations in North America and Europe and Ilana Feldman’s examination of the humanitarian plight of Palestinians.

Further research and publications relating to the development of international credentialing and workforce education can be found under the Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy


Completed Projects

National Grants System and Cities During the Great Recessions: Drawing Lessons from a Cross-National Analysis

June 01, 2012

Funding: German Marshall Fund of the United States

The Impact of Multinational Enterprise Strategy on Indigenous Enterprises: Horizontal Spillovers and Crowding Out in Developing Countries

September 01, 2006

Funding: National Science Foundation

Foreign Capital Cities and Their Relationship to the National Government: What Washington, DC Can Learn

January 01, 2006

Funding: Trellis Foundation

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