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Globalization

Michael O. Moore
Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Director, International Trade and Investment Policy Program, Elliott School of International Affairs.

Professor Moore's expertise is in trade economics and international economics. He taught international economics to US diplomats at the Foreign Service Institute. Professor Moore teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in international trade theory and policy as well as international macroeconomics. He has published in numerous academic journals including the Journal of International Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics, Economic Inquiry, and Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, and has been a contributor to five books. He has also been interviewed on CNN, CBC and NPR.  He received his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has been a faculty member at the Elliott School since receiving his doctorate in 1988.

Office: (202) 994-6157

Joseph Pelzman
Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Professorial Lecturer of Law

Professor Pelzman has been a faculty member at GWU since 1980 and a part of the Elliott School since its creation. He has also taught international economics and economies in transition at Harvard University, Boston College, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and to US diplomats at the Foreign Service Institute. Professor Pelzman also teaches Law and Economics at GWU Law School, and on a visiting basis at The Radzyner School Of Law, Herzlia, Israel and Catholic University Law School, Washington, DC.

Professor Pelzman currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in international trade theory and policy as well as international trade law and law and economics.

Professor Pelzman's current research and policy interests include: WTO and the dispute resolution process; US/EU competition policy; U.S. regional trade policy; and law and economics.

Office: (202) 994-7108


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Last updated November 23, 1999
 

 
 

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