The Initiative for Policy Dialogue was founded by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz in 2002 and is based at Columbia University. It 'works to broaden dialogue and explore trade-offs' between policymakers and academics. Their four main activity areas are: task forces which bring together experts, country dialogues, a journalism programme and education programme. It also publishes papers, The Journal of Globalization and Development, books and policy briefs.
Case Studies in Advanced Applied Economics
This course web page is a syllabus with embedded links to presentations and slides (.pdf), and an archive of past presentations. It has been produced by Bronwyn H. Hall of University of California, Berkeley and covers the years 1998-2004.