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Exploring the Limits of Globalization
March 11, 2003

America's political, economic, and cultural influence is a dominant force around the globe. Increasingly, it is also under attack. What does this mean for international relations and foreign policy? Is there hope for global cooperation? Leading economists and experts met to address these questions at an event co-hosted by Chicago GSB and the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.

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Edward A. Snyder
Dean and George Pratt Shultz Professor of Economics, Chicago GSB

Gary S. Becker
University Professor of Economics and of Sociology, University of Chicago

Robert Wright
Scholar and noted author of Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny and The Moral Animal: Evolutionary Psychology and Everyday Life.

Marshall M. Bouton
President, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
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