New podcast episode! Why do shared societies make economic sense? Three theoretical approximations by Aldo Caliari.
Aldo Caliari is the director of Center of Concern’s Rethinking Bretton Woods Project
Originally from Argentina, Aldo Caliari has a Master of International Policy and Practice from George Washington University (2007), with a focus on economics and finance. He also holds a Masters Degree from the Washington College of Law, American University, on International Legal Studies (2000), where he was honored with the Outstanding Graduate Award. He earned his first law degree in Argentina, at the Universidad Nacional de Tucuman Law School, in 1997. Before graduating, he represented his University at the II Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court competition, held at the Washington College of Law, American University (Washington DC, 1997), winning several awards. Since 2000 Aldo has been staff at the Center of Concern’s Rethinking Bretton Woods Project where he has focused on an array of issues such as global economic governance, debt, international financial architecture, human rights in international economic policy and linkages between trade and finance policy. He has done considerable public speaking for a variety of audiences that range from popular workshops to academia and closed government briefings. His writings have been published in books, academic and specialized journals and the media. He has been a consultant to several intergovernmental organizations – such as UNCTAD, UNDP, UN DESA, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights – in addition to governments, civil society networks and foundations.
Areas of Expertise:
- International Finance Institutions
- Debt Reduction
- Global Governance
Find the information about the Shared Societies Workshop here