Greater Transparency for Broad-Based Growth with World Bank Group President
World Bank Group David Malpass will speak about the importance of transparency and market-oriented reforms for the world economy and development.
The keynote will be followed by a fireside chat with Walsh School of Foreign Service Dean Joel Hellman and questions from the audience.
About the Lloyd George Centennial Lectures on the Future of the Global Order: The Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University was founded a century ago in November 1919, when the United States was seeking to educate future leaders in diplomacy and international trade. The Lloyd George Centennial Lectures are named for British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, who met with U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and the leaders of France and Italy in Paris during 1919 to imagine a new, more peaceful world. It brings eminent world leaders, leading intellectuals, and critical global conversations to Georgetown as we mark the centennial and continuing mission of America’s first school of international affairs. Previous lectures featured Margaret MacMillan, G. John Ikenberry, Erez Manela, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono (SFS’86), The Honorable Hillary Clinton, The Honorable Stephen Hadley, Ambassador Susan Rice, and Adam Tooze.
This event is made possible by a generous donation from the Lloyd George Family and the Walsh School of Foreign Service.
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