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The Effect of Institutional Quality on Economic Growth

Free for Members | $25 for non-members.

11 am New York | 4 pm London | 6 pm Johannesburg | 11 pm Beijing

The purpose of this webinar is to present a macroeconomic framework that identifies the structure of institutional quality in developing countries and their linkages to economic growth and income distribution. The objective is to identify leverage points related to institutional quality that can be addressed and thereby, help to optimize policy options that enhance and sustain economic growth.

Dr. Aman Ullah holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and an M.Phil. in Economics from Quaid-i-Azam University. He is the author of several Publications and recipient of many scholarships and grants. Currently, Dr. Aman is serving as Joint Chief Economist for the Planning and Development Board, Government of Punjab, and holding the position of Senior Research Fellow, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Government of Pakistan. Dr. Aman has held various important positions at the P&D Board including Chief Economist and Director of Punjab Economic Research Institute. Before joining the Government of Punjab, he has worked with the Planning Commission of Pakistan for many years.

Ivan Taylor has been a member of the System Dynamics Society since 1997 and is active as a conference paper peer reviewer and a one-on-one mentor. He has a Ph.D. in Public Policy and a Masters in Information and Systems Science. He retired from the Center for Operational Research of Defence Research and Development Canada in 2012 after more than 33 years and has spent his time since then working exclusively with System Dynamics.

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Women in System Dynamics: Experiences of a Diverse Panel

Inge Bleijenbergh

Inge Bleijenbergh

She’s an expert in participatory action research, facilitated modeling, gender and diversity and policy change. She uses modeling to involve decision makers in analyzing and addressing complex problems.

Krystyna Stave

Krystyna Stave

Krys is a professor of Environmental Studies at UNLV. She uses a systems perspective in her research and teaching to promote sustainable environmental management and increase public participation in decision-making.

Nasim Sabounchi

Nasim Sabounchi

She’s a Research Associate Professor at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy where she is also affiliated with the Center for Systems and Community Design (CSCD).

Min Xiang

Min Xiang

After working in the Middle East for 3 years, I resigned and came to the University of Bergen to study System Dynamics, which was one of the best decisions I have ever made. 

Laura Guzmán

Laura Guzmán

She’s a System Dynamics lecturer of the Department of Industrial Engineering at Universidad de Los Andes. Her work focuses on decision-making processes and engineering designs with a participatory and systemic perspective. She has carried out System Dynamics projects with public sector entities, international organizations, and universities.

Free for Members | $25 for non-members.

12 pm New York | 5 pm London

System dynamics is a male-dominated field but has become more diverse in recent years. The System Dynamics Society aims to be inclusive, address sexism and racism, and promote diversity within the global community. This seminar will allow women in the System Dynamics field from different geographical backgrounds and at different career levels to reflect upon their experiences. What do they recognize in each other’s experiences? What advice would they give to students and colleagues? We aim for an open and constructive discussion with all participants!

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