Economic and Democratic Resilience in an Election Year: Taiwan and the United States in 2024

This event marks the launch of the Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation USA Foundation (CAPRI USA).

About

Drawing from the experiences of Taiwan and the US, experts from CAPRI and the Miller Center at University of Virginia discussed the importance of a healthy economy as the basis of a resilient democracy. 

This is the first event co-sponsored by the Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation USA Foundation (CAPRI USA), in collaboration with CAPRI, the Project on Democracy and Capitalism at the Miller Center, and the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.

Date & Time

February 14, 2024

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. ET

Location

Classroom 50, Darden School of Business at University of Virginia & Online

Speakers

University Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Public Policy, University of Virginia
Yushan Scholar and University Chair Professor, College of Social Sciences, National Chengchi University
Member of board of directors, Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation (CAPRI)

Founder and chair, Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation (CAPRI)
Research Professor, Miller Center, University of Virginia

Assistant Professor and Director of the Project on Democracy and Capitalism, Miller Center; Assistant Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia

Moderator

Professor of Law, Public Health Sciences, and Public Policy; Dorothy Danforth Compton Professor, Miller Center, University of Virginia
Member of board of directors, Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation USA Foundation (CAPRI USA)

Co-sponsors