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ISF Globalization and Development: Campus Resources

This guide is designed to help students in the Interdisciplinary Studies program.

Research Centers with a Globalization or Development focus

Berkeley Food Institute  The Berkeley Food Institute works to catalyze and support transformative change in food systems, to promote diversity, justice, resilience, and health, from the local to the global. 

UC Population Center  is a program to support innovative research on our signature themes of Reproduction & HIV, Inequalities & Opportunities, Health Disparities, Behavioral Economics and Formal Demography. Cutting across these themes are our shared interests in demographic theory, innovative methods, historical perspectives, and the collection and distribution of demographic data.

Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy [BRIE] is an interdisciplinary research project that focuses on the political economy of international trade, competition and the development and application of advanced technologies.

Blum Center for Developing Economies  in partnership with for-profit and non-profit entities, works to develop scalable and sustainable solutions: multi-disciplinary approaches built around new technologies with great potential for the developing world. 

Center for Effective Global Action  addresses international development challenges through impact evaluation and economic analysis. The Center's mission is to improve development outcomes by designing and rigorously testing strategies for poverty alleviation in low- and middle-income countries.

 

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