Can and Should Trade Be Used to Promote Human Rights, Fairness? Part 1

Dec 7, 2006

Edward Lincoln traces and assesses trends that have made economics more important since the 1960s and the forces in business, technology, and government that have driven those trends. He also offers suggestions on how economics can advance foreign policy goals.

Edward Lincoln traces and assesses trends that have made economics more important since the 1960s and the forces in business, technology, and government that have driven those trends. He also offers suggestions on how economics can advance foreign policy goals.

This talk is part of the 2006 Oxford-Uehiro-Carnegie Council Conference:
Free Trade, Fair Trade, and Sustainable Trade: The Case of Resource Extraction.

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