International Center for Economic Growth

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The International Center for Economic Growth "was founded in 1985 in San Francisco as an organization working with a network of policy research institutes dedicated to providing a market based solutions to economic reform problems. Today, ICEG has expanded both its mission and network to include more than 5,000 economists, central bank presidents, ministers, and former heads-of-state, in more than 300 Member Institutes in over 100 countries, as well as executives and leaders of corporations and non-governmental organizations." [1]

Sources of Financial Support

Accessed September 2008: [2]

Trustees

Accessed September 2008: [3]

Board of Overseers

Accessed September 2008: [4]

  • Nicolás Ardito-Barletta - Chairman; Former President, Panama
  • Y. Seyyid Abdulai - Director General, OPEC Fund for Int'l. Development, Austria
  • Abdlatif Al-Hamad - Director General/Chairman Arab Fund for Economic & Social Development
  • Roy L. Ash - Ash Capital Partnership, USA
  • Gustav A. Cisneros - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisneros Group of Companies, USA
  • Roberto Civita - Publisher, Editora Abril, Brazil
  • A. W. Clausen - Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bank America Corporation, USA; former President, World Bank
  • Antonio Garrigues Walker - President, Garrigues & Anderson, Spain
  • Toyoo Gyohten - President, Institute for International Monetary Affairs, Japan
  • Ivan Head - Professor, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, Canada; former President, International Development Research Center, Canada
  • Robert W. Kasten - President, Kasten & Company, USA; former U.S. Senator and U.S. Congressman, USA
  • Pedro Pablo Kuczynski - President and CEO, Latin America Enterprise Fund, USA
  • Peter McPherson - President Michigan State University, former Administrator USAID, former deputy secretary U.S. Treasury, former group vice president Bank of America
  • Tomas A. Pastoriza - President, Banco de Desarrollo Dominicano, S.A., Dominican Republic
  • William Ryrie - President, Commonwealth Development Corporation, England; former Executive Vice President, International Finance Corporation
  • Mohammad Sadli - Counselor, Indonesia Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Indonesia; former Minister of Manpower; former Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Indonesia
  • Stephan Schmidheiny - Chairman, ANOVA Holding AG, Switzerland
  • Hari Shankar Singhania - President, J.K. Organization, India
  • Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - Kormah Development & Investment Corporation (KODIC), Cote f'Ivoire; former UNDP Director for Africa
  • Anthony M. Solomon - Institute for East-West Security Studies, USA; former Under Secretary of the Treasury and former President of Federal Reserve Bank of New York, USA
  • Ernest Stern - Managing Director, J.P. Morgan & Co., Inc., USA; former Senior Vice President, World Bank
  • Joaquin J. Vallarino - President, Consejo Interamericano de Comercio y Produccíon (CICYP) Panama; former President, Coca Cola Bottling Company, Panama
  • Amnuay Viravan - Chairman of the Executive Board, Bangkok Bank Ltd., Thailand; former Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Finance, Thailand
  • Paul A. Volcker - Former Chairman of the federal Reserve System, USA; former Chairman, Wolfensohn & Co., Inc., USA
  • Kim Woo Choong - President, Korea International Labor Foundation, Korea; Founder and Chairman, Daewoo Group, Korea

Member Insitutes (in Bolivia)

Accessed September 2008: [5]

Contact

Web: http://www.iceg.org

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Mission, International Center for Economic Growth, accessed September 21, 2008.
  2. Overseers, Trustees and Officers, International Center for Economic Growth, accessed September 21, 2008.
  3. Overseers, Trustees and Officers, International Center for Economic Growth, accessed September 21, 2008.
  4. Overseers, Trustees and Officers, International Center for Economic Growth, accessed September 21, 2008.
  5. Member Institutes, International Center for Economic Growth, accessed September 21, 2008.


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