Grimes Comments on U.S. Interest Rate Hikes & Global Exchange Rates
While the Federal Reserve will likely raise interest rates again, Professor Grimes argues that the cycle of monetary tightening is coming to an end. However, the Bank of Japan is not in a position to tighten its monetary policy. As a result, Grimes does not envision the dollar/yen exchange rate moving as much as people expect.
Grimes and Lee Publish Article Exploring Impact of South Korea’s Developmental Legacy
Professor Grimes and Yaechan Lee show that in times of economic stress, the NPS has shifted its investments to support state objectives of financial stabilization rather than profit maximization, demonstrating the ways in which developmentalist legacies live long after their official mandates have changed.
Longman Appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor Longman, an outstanding scholar with extensive leadership experience having served as director of numerous bodies across Boston University, will continue to raise the profile of the school and find innovative new directions for our community.
Grimes Discusses Shinzo Abe’s Assassination and Its Impact on Japan
Professor Grimes offers his thoughts on Shinzo Abe’s legacy, his place in Japan’s history of charismatic leaders, and where Japan goes from here internationally and domestically.
Grimes Comments on the Assassination and Legacy of Shinzo Abe
Professor Grimes analyzes the late prime minister Shinzo Abe’s legacy and the implications of his murder for Japan. According to him, there will likely be no change in the course of the country after the former prime minister’s assassination
Gallagher Co-Authors “South-South Regional Financial Arrangements“
Professor Gallagher’s new book charts the dramatic change in the global financial and monetary landscape over the last few decades; in particular, through the expansion of Southern-led and Southern-oriented institutions and mechanisms.
RIP: Walter D. Connor (1942-2022)
Professor Walter D. Connor, a scholar who helped pioneer the interdisciplinary study of international relations at Boston University as an integral member of the original Center of International Relations, passed away on January 25, 2022.
What Did 2021 Teach Us About International Affairs?
In reflecting on 2021, Pardee School faculty offer their thoughts on the lessons that can be gleaned from this past year. Chief among the responses: multilateralism and global democracy are in decline.
Lukes and Grimes Awarded the 2020 Gitner Prize for Faculty Excellence
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.
Grimes and Kring Publish Article on East Asian Financial Governance
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.
Grimes Discusses Leadership Under Japan’s New Prime Minister
“While Suga is extremely effective as a party manager, he will likely have to work harder to satisfy intra-party factions that support him.”
Grimes & Kring Publish Research on ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office
Professor Grimes and William Kring explore whether AMRO is moving toward fulfilling the mission with which the ASEAN+3 finance ministers have charged it.
Grimes Publishes Journal Article on International Remittances
Associate Dean William Grimes co-wrote a journal article on international remittance rails as infrastructures.
DPE Student Conference Features Pardee School Professors
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.
Grimes Speaks at GDP Center’s GEGI Seminar Series
Associate Dean William Grimes gave a talk entitled “Constructing a Financial Safety Net for the 21st Century: Global Meets Regional.”
Pardee School Welcomes 2018-19 Dean’s Ambassadors
Dean Adil Najam welcomed the Dean’s Ambassadors and charged them with representing the ideals and excellence of the Pardee School.
Grimes Publishes Journal Article on RFA’s and Global Governance
Associate Dean William Grimes co-wrote an article in a special issue of the journal Development and Change.
Grimes Represents GDP Center at T20 Meetings in Tokyo
Associate Dean William Grimes represented the Global Development Policy (GDP) Center at the T20 in Tokyo.
Grimes Leads AMRO Workshop on Regional Surveillance
Associate Dean William Grimes attended the workshop entitled “Scaling Up and Leveraging Regional Surveillance.”
Research Seminar: Grimes on Financial Cooperation in East Asia
The Pardee School Research Seminar Series is a forum for faculty and students to discuss and receive feedback on ongoing research.