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Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 286-292

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From page 286...
... He is founder of the Landegger Program in international business diplomacy and serves as director in providing courses on international business government relations and negotiations to some 600 undergraduate and graduate students each year. His most recent books include Beyond Sweatshops: Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, and Developing Countries (2002)
From page 287...
... Previously, he was in the Department of Economics and at the Economic Growth Center at Yale University. His research interests are in the areas of poverty, inequality, and economic development, labor market models of developing countries, economic mobility in the United States and France, the microeconomics of income distribution, employment and earnings dynamics in South Africa, and labor economics for managers.
From page 288...
... Previously she worked as an international trade economist at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DC, and as an editor at Dollars & Sense magazine in Boston. Her research projects include reports on the North American Free Trade Agreement and on the impact of international trade on the domestic steel and textile industries.
From page 289...
... employer delegate to the annual International Labour Organization Conference and is a member of various federal panels dealing with international worker rights. He is president of the Employment Policy Foundation, a leading economic policy research organization that analyzes workplace trends and policies.
From page 290...
... Earlier, he served as director of global code of conduct compliance, partnering with regional managers to implement the company's code of conduct in facilities operated by business partners throughout the world. He also spent extended periods of time in India, Argentina, Indonesia, and Singapore as operations director, responsible for starting up international company affiliates.
From page 291...
... from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, where he majored in industrial sociology and political science. Fahrettin Yagci is lead economist for the Africa region at the World Bank.

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