Professor Igor Lukes and Professor William Grimes have been awarded the 2020 Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family Prize for Faculty Excellence at the BU Pardee School.
Professor Grimes and William Kring discuss East Asia’s economic growth and explore why the economies of the region have not put forward new models of global financial governance.
“While Suga is extremely effective as a party manager, he will likely have to work harder to satisfy intra-party factions that support him.”
Professor Grimes and William Kring explore whether AMRO is moving toward fulfilling the mission with which the ASEAN+3 finance ministers have charged it.
Associate Dean William Grimes co-wrote a journal article on international remittance rails as infrastructures.
Dean Adil Najam and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs William Grimes spoke at the conference organized by the Delta Phi Epsilon Gamma Chapter at Boston University.
Associate Dean William Grimes gave a talk entitled “Constructing a Financial Safety Net for the 21st Century: Global Meets Regional.”
Dean Adil Najam welcomed the Dean’s Ambassadors and charged them with representing the ideals and excellence of the Pardee School.
Associate Dean William Grimes co-wrote an article in a special issue of the journal Development and Change.
Associate Dean William Grimes represented the Global Development Policy (GDP) Center at the T20 in Tokyo.
Associate Dean William Grimes attended the workshop entitled “Scaling Up and Leveraging Regional Surveillance.”
The Pardee School Research Seminar Series is a forum for faculty and students to discuss and receive feedback on ongoing research.
Associate Dean William Grimes attended the “Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century” in Guangzhou, China.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs William Grimes discusses the upcoming meeting between the leaders of the United States and Japan.
Prof. William Grimes was part of a roundtable on “U.S.-Southeast Asia Financial and Investment Relations” at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Prof. William Grimes participated in a symposium entitled “Building the Financial System of the 21st Century: An Agenda for Europe and the United States.”
The highly-attended annual convention fosters rigorous discussion on a broad range of topics within the field of international studies.
Prof. William Grimes delivered a talk entitled “Remaking the East Asian Monetary System: Institutionalizing a New Order?”
Prof. William Grimes and Senior Researcher Daivi Rodima-Taylor contributed a chapter to Bitcoin and Beyond: Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains, and Global Governance.
Associate Dean William Grimes discussed the potential for a financial crisis in Asia, and the impact a currency crisis in East Asia could have.