Red House Dinner Series: Jim Vreeland (4/26)
Our fifth and final Dinner Series of the spring semester will be with Professor Jim Vreeland on Thursday, April 26th at the Red House (1237 37th St. NW) from 6:30 – 8:00 PM.
James Raymond Vreeland (Ph.D., New York University, 1999) is Professor of International Relations in the School of Foreign Service. He conducts research in the field of international political economy, specializing in international institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the United Nations.
His research explores a wide range of policy outcomes, including economic growth, income distribution, foreign aid, transparency, and human rights. Many of his arguments involve the ways in which governments can use international institutions as scapegoats to launder “dirty” politics.
You can learn more about Professor Vreeland and his work here.
About the Red House Dinner Series:
The Dinner Series brings together Georgetown faculty and students in informal, intimate conversations around innovative approaches in higher education. Last year’s dinner guests included Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Professor Cal Newport, Professor Marc M. Howard, and many more faculty across campus. Dinners are capped at around 15 students, to allow for exciting conversations that may not happen in the classroom or office hours.
**If you would like to attend this Dinner Series, please sign up using this link.**