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International Relations: Don Leonard, IR Job Candidate
Start Date: 11/19/2013Start Time: 4:10 PM
End Date: 11/19/2013End Time: 5:30 PM
Event Description
Speaker: IR Job Candidate, Professor Don Leonard Title: Hard Times in Poor Places: How the politics of adjustment to international economic crises reshape the developing world Under what conditions do international economic crises lead to state development? Earlier studies have shown how the threat of war, both in early modern Europe and Cold War northeast Asia, helped promote the formation of strong political institutions by forcing societies to mobilize for war. Could international trade shocks have a similar effect? This talk explores how the emergence and collapse of early globalization between 1850 and 1929 altered state development across Latin America, generating adaptive pressures that shape the patterns of poverty and prosperity that we observe today.

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Location Information:
On-Campus - Maginnes Hall  (View Map)
9 West Packer Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Room: 113
Contact Information:
Name: Jo Engel
Phone: 610-758-3390
Email: je02@lehigh.edu
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Don Leonard is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He recently completed a PhD in Government at Cornell University. His research considers the politics of economic development in Latin America and across the global south, focusing on the impact of international trade and finance on development outcomes.

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