Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development
In the IPED Master of Arts, you will study Global Economic Relations from an advanced interdisciplinary perspective. Our students have won a variety of prestigious awards, including Fulbrights, Borens, and other international awards. They have also become Chartered Financial Analyst Scholars, and worked as U.S. Presidential Management Fellows and International Development Fellows. Our program's focus on an advanced interdisciplinary approach is based on a rigorous foundation of analytical skills and combined with practical field experiences.
- International Banking and Finance
- International Development Studies
- International and Development Economics
- Global Environmental and Resource Economics
- Finance and Development
- Economics and Law
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March 3: Multi-dimensional Poverty Indices and Measuring Access to Adequate Housing - 12 noon, Economics Conference Room, Dealy E-530, Rose Hill Campus.
Dr. Christian Oldiges, Co-Director of Metrics and Policy, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative, Oxford University.
March 5: IPED Alumni Career Night
All IPED Alums are invited to a reception to meet our current students at 6 pm in the 12th Floor Lounge of Lowenstein, Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus.
MID-MARCH: FIRST ROUND ANNOUNCMENTS OF ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID AWARDS.
March 27-30: Economy of Francesco Conference
Eleven selected Fordham IPED students will travel to Assisi, Italy to join two Nobel Laureates at a Vatican Conference to discuss economic inclusion.
April 23: A Brief History of Doom by Richard Vague
4 pm - Discussion with author Richard Vague on the last Two Hundred Years of Financial Crises.