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Vol. 06 , No. 09   


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Power and the Global Economy
RICHARD ROSECRANCE
MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1991

The Athenaeum, the Keck Center, and the Lowe Institute of Political Economy are pleased to present a lecture by Dr. Richard Rosecrance as part of a continuing series, "Changing Power Relationships in the Global Economy." Dr. Rosecrance is a professor of political science at UCLA, associate director of UCLA's Center for International and Strategic Affairs, and author of America's Economic Resurgence: A Bold New Strategy (1990). Rosecrance specializes in international economics, strategy, history, and theory.

Before joining UCLA's faculty, Rosecrance was Carpenter Professor of International and Comparative Politics at Cornell University. He is the author of many works on international and economic affairs, including his highly acclaimed The Rise of the Trading State: Commerce and Conquest in the Modern World (1986), which was published on three continents. If you wish to attend the reception and dinner prior to the talk, please fill out the reservation form.