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Antitrust Goes Global (2000)
What Future for Transatlantic Cooperation? by Simon J. Evenett, Alexander Lehmann, Benn Steil
eowano M. GRAHAM is a senior fellow at the Institute for Intemational Economics.
Foreign Direct Investment (2002)
Research Issues by Bijit Bora, Lecturer School of Economics Bijit Bora
Edward M. Graham is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for International Economics in Washington, DC. Alexis Hardin is a Principal Consultant with the Network Economics Consulting Group. Hal Hill is a Professor at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University.
An NSTA Press Journals Collection by Brian Shmaefsky
Robert M. Graham is a professor of physics at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. e-mail: ...
Globalization and the Poor (2003)
Exploitation Or Equalizer? by William Driscoll, Julie Clark
Edward M. Graham is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Economics, "a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy." In Defense of Globalization ♢ 87.
Essays on New Adaptations by Lynnette Porter
Anissa M. Graham is an instructor of English at the University ofNorth Alabama, ...
Edward M. Graham is a senior fellow at the Institute for International Economics ( IIE) in Washington, D.C. J. David Richardson, a visiting fellow at IIE, is professor of economics in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. In recent writings, we have advocated a progressive three- stage integration of competition policies with trade and investment policies. We summarize our proposal here and put forth our view that the United States and the European ...
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M. GRAHAM. A Report upon the Military and Hydrographical Chart of the Extremity of Cape Cod,
by Jon Carlson, Shannon B. Dermer
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A Dictionary of Chronology ... Fourth edition [of "Chronology, or the Historian's Companion"], considerably enlarged (1835)
by Thomas Tegg
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Encyclopedia of Counseling (2008)
by Frederick T. Leong
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Congressman James M. Graham House
The Congressman James M. Graham House (1862). Graham served in the U.S. House of Representatives as a Democrat from 1909 to 1915. He was the chairman of the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of the Interior. In this role, he became a significant figure in the Pinchot-Ballinger controversy in 1909. Richard Ballinger was the Secretary of the Interior, and sought to end the conservation movement in the US. Gifford Pinchot was the head of the U.S. Forest Service. Pinchot accused Ballinger of siding with monopolies, particularly with regards to a coal field in Alaska. President Taft issued a letter exonerating Ballinger, who promptly fired those opposed to him. The story hit the press, and a congressional investigation was opened after Pinchot was dismissed from his position. Graham represented Pinchot in congress, filing a 33,000 word report agreeing that Ballinger was in cahoots with the trusts. Graham also worked to better the lives of Native Americans, leading an investigation on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, recommending that the Indian Bureau be abolished.
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