About IEDP

About IEDP

The IEDP was established in 1999 by the IPSA at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. It is a student initiated, three-credit program that serves as a forum for students to discuss the challenges faced by developing economies. IEDP participants engage in a seven-week course in the winter semester, extensively studying the country of choice, and then take a one-week trip to the country over Spring Break. During the trip, IEDP students conduct extensive interviews and discussions with policymakers, members of civil society, foreign development agencies and university students. So far the IEDP has visited 11 countries, including Ethiopia, Cuba, Morocco, China, Costa Rica, Peru, Jordan, Senegal and the Philippines. The country of study for 2011 is Grenada, the first country from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in the IEDP's history.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

IEDP Final Presentation

The International Economic Development Program (IEDP) 2011: Grenada cordially invites you to a presentation on the policy topics and country visit to Grenada this past spring break.

A Reception will follow with pies, cookies, drinks and hearty chats.

Date: Thursday, March 31, 2011.
Time: 17:30 - 18:45
Place: Betty Ford Classroom, Weill Hall 

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