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Event Title:  Turning Stone into Gold: The hope for diaspora development and entrepreneurship
Discussion and Reception with Drs. Liesl Riddle and Tjai Nielsen
Date:   Apr 22, 2009
Time:   6:00PM - 8:00PM
Location:  

The George Washington University
Alumni House
1918 F Street, NW
Washington, DC

Description:  

Please join Dr. Liesl Riddle, Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs, and Dr. Tjai Nielsen, Assistant Professor of Management, as they discuss the GW Capital Investment Project and answer questions related to DCIP

Formed in 2006 by GW professors, Drs. Liesl Riddle and Tjai Nielsen, the GW-DCIP is a collaborative research effort of faculty and students from a variety of academic disciplines across the university, including economics, international affairs, international business, management, and public administration.

The research team is engaged in several different studies of diaspora investment and entrepreneurship designed to probe the phenomenon longitudinally from the pre-investment, investment, and post-investment phases. GW-DCIP is part of GW’s Diaspora Program, a broader research initiative at the university exploring the relationship between diasporas, development, and policy.

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