The Carlisle Institute promotes open and constructive discussion about issues of industrial and emerging market nations related to the development of the global economic and financial system. The Institute also produces publications which report on research and material on future and planned programs. These documents are available in this section, in chronological order.
The term white paper is applied to official documents presented by the Carlisle Institute which state and explain our policy on a certain issue. This definition separates white papers from so-called green-papers which are issued by the Institute to invite public comment and discussion on issues prior to policy formulation. White and green papers are available in this section, in chronological order.
Through strategic advisors, collaborators and its staff, the Carlisle Institute provides informal commentary on globalization issues ranging from governance to financial regulation to leadership and climate change by using vehicles such as newspaper columns and editorials, publications of roundtable proceedings.
More a publication of thought leadership rather than a news site, the Carlisle Institute multimedia section aims to capture the excitement of the range of ideas discussed at the Institute and share them with the world. A growing archive of works offers insights on topics ranging from finance to innovation to technology and sustainability.