eBenefits Advantage

A free online portal to manage your group health plan and streamline your insurance process.

Learn more here »

Member Discount Program

Take advantage of premiums and discounts.

Click here to save »

Search the Member Directory By:

Paid Advertisement

Advertise with the Chamber

UPS Levlane-Community Recycling

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
100 N. 6th Street, 5th Floor, SE
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Get Directions

Global Interdependence Center

  • Business, Professional, Labor, Political & Similar Organizations view similar »

Contact Information

Business Information

  • Established in 1976
  • Located in Philadelphia County
  • 2 Full-Time Employees
  • Under 1 Million in Annual Revenue

Business Description

GIC: Encouraging Global Dialogue, Free Trade Cooperation & Understanding

Member Details

  • Member Since 2007

Most Recent Bulletin Board Posts

view more»
34th Annual Monetary and Trade Conference

Posted to Event by Ms. Julia Strapp of Global Interdependence Center at 3:45 PM

For nearly 40 years, GIC has been a proponent of open and free trade. This year's AMT conference will focus on the potential impacts of mega trade agreements such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The three panels will highlight macro level as well as sectoral impacts on the economy.

Dr. Gabriel Felbermayr, Director at the Ifo Cetner for International Economics
Dr. Robert B. Koopman, Chief Economist and Director of Economic Research and Statistical Division at the WTO
Dr. Aaditya Mattoo, Research Head of the Trade and Integration Division at the World Bank
Dr. Mykyta A. Vesselovsky, Office of the Chief Economist at Trade and Development Canada
Dr. Yoto Yotov, Professor of Economics at the LeBow College of Business Drexel University
Dr. Serge Shikher, International Economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission

Related Link: Click to View

Related File: Click to View

A New Paradigm for Commodities: Inflation Expectations, Implications & Policy Response

Posted to Event by Ms. Julia Strapp of Global Interdependence Center at 4:35 PM


• François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor, Banque de France
• Jeffrey Lacker, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
• Axel A. Weber, Chairman of the Board of Directors, UBS Group AG
• Catherine L. Mann, Chief Economist, OECD
• José Maria Brandão de Brito, Chief Economist, Millenniumbcp
• Gregorio De Felice, Chief Economist and Head of Research, Intesa Sanpaolo
• Michael Drury, Chief Economist at McVean Trading and Investments
• Steve Malin, Director Investment Strategist, Allianz
• Donald Rissmiller, Founding Partner of Strategas Research Partners
• Stephen Sexauer, Chief Investment Officer, San Diego County Retirement Association
• Jorge Sicilia, Chief Economist, BBVA Group and Director of BBVA Research
• John Silvia, Managing Director and Chief Economist, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
• Kathleen Stephansen, Senior Economic Advisor, Boston Consulting Group, Center for Macroeconomics

Related Link: Click to View

Related File: Click to View

The Bottom Line of Disabilities: Investing in Social Change

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M. Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 9:45 AM

“Autism in the Workforce: Identifying Obstacles and Leveraging Innovation”

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Boehne Auditorium
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
100 N. Sixth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

This symposium is one in a series that convenes expert panelists including corporate and civic leaders, advocates, and industry professionals to discuss the economic impact that disabilities have in our communities. It is an opportunity for candid conversations about the innovative ways to tackle the pressing social, financial, and economic issues related to disabilities. Beginning in 2014, the first two installments of this series took place in Salt Lake City, and we are delighted to bring this important discussion to Philadelphia in 2016. A portion of the proceeds from the program will be donated to Columbus Community Center.

Related Link: Click to View

Related File: Click to View