Schwalbenberg

Henry M. Schwalbenberg

Director, CAPP-USA | Academic

Dr. Henry M. Schwalbenberg is an Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of the Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development (IPED) at Fordham University. His teaching responsibilities include International Economic Policy, Economic Development Policy, Project Management and Assessment, and Emerging Markets. Recently his research has focused on emerging equity markets, foreign assistance, and international commercial policy.

Henry is a Director on the CAPP-USA National Board.

 

Interested In:

Consumerism Developing World Free Markets Globalization

Speaker / Panelist at Upcoming Event(s):

Fri
2 days
Conference
Poverty and Development: A Catholic Perspective

When:
Friday, September 26, 2014 at 12:00pm

Where:
Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus
To achieve economic and development goals, both Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis call us to a radical Solidarity and Fraternity where, "Truth and justice must stand above my comfort and physical well being or else my life itself becomes a lie."  (Benedict XVI, Encyclical Letter Spe Salvi, 38)
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