Three Dominicans living in New Jersey were elected recently to national legislative positions in the Dominican Republic, created precisely so that the country’s diaspora will be represented
Sumathi Reddy writes about this phenomonenon in the July 31 Wall Street Journal article, “Elected to Serve Far Away,” in which she quotes me about the significance of [...]
February 13, 2012 -As violence erupted in Greece, I guest-hosted CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange talking about economic policy challenges. Watch the video by clicking on the image below:
Michele Wucker on CNBC Worldwide Exchange
Tags: debt crisis, economic crisis, Europe, financial crisis, global economy, global finance, Greece, international policy, sovereign debt
I’ve been arguing that Europe needs an orderly debt restructuring for Greece to avoid much worse consequences. There’s video below of my guest host appearance on CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange with Nicole Lapin May 23, 2011, discussing the challenges facing Europe as it struggles with Greece’s debt crisis.
A CNBC follow-up article, “Will Eurobonding Save [...]
BNN (Canada) SqueezePlay Future of Cities – Immigration Matters [11-22-10 5:40 PM]
In Canada for the Toronto Forum for Global Cities, Michele Wucker, President of the World Policy Institute, discusses the importance of having an effective immigration strategy to compete effectively for the highly skilled workers that keep the economy driving forward. To view the [...]
Monday, August 30, 2010 “Worldwide Exchange” Clip from Guest Host Appearance
”We’ve got a structural problem where Americans aren’t being matched up properly with the jobs that are available,” Michele Wucker from the World Policy Institute told CNBC, adding that the stimulus plan needs “to be used wisely.”
Tags: competitiveness, economic crisis, global economy, [...]
“Squawk on the Street” A new survey predicts U.S. will slip in global competitiveness over next 5 years, with Michele Wucker, World Policy Institute and Greg Valliere, Potomac Research Group.
June 23 2010 Tags: business, competitiveness, international [...]
Calls to ‘secure border first’ undermine reform
by Dennis Wagner The Arizona Republic June 20, 2010
Amid a growing national angst about illegal immigration, Americans keep hearing a chorus: Secure the border first. Then talk about immigration reform….
……..Michele Wucker, executive director of the World Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank, said border incursions happen [...]
An April 15, 2010 of Newsweek article by Jeneen Interlandi, “Enemies: A Love Story,” quotes me about the positive changes in the relationship between the Dominican Republic and Haiti since the January earthquake.
“We’ve had zero reports of violent attacks since the quake,” says Michele Wucker, executive director of the World Policy Institute and author [...]
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010 No one-size-fits-all for foreign suffrage: How the rest of the world deals with aliens at the ballot box By SARAH NOORBAKHSH
Acknowledging the rights of immigrant groups, “recognizing special ties among particular groups of countries” and reciprocation are often part and parcel of granting suffrage, says Michele [...]
This little (Creole) piggy once stood for Haitian pride That fact should be top of mind as leaders gather in Montreal this week to plan country’s rebuilding
by Kenneth Kidd
follow this link for the full story from the Toronto Star.
My two cents:
The danger, says Michele Wucker, executive director of the World Policy [...]