Join the Washington Wellesley Club for our annual Fall Faculty Speaker event with Wellesley Professor David Lindauer!
Professor Lindauer, Stanford Calderwood Professor of Economics, will present a lecture on "International Trade and U.S. Workers: Who Does it Hurt and Who Does it Help?". He will survey some of the major challenges facing the U.S. economy and consider where problems associated with international trade fall on the list. With economic nationalism on the rise, he will discuss the costs and benefits of international exchange for U.S. workers.
Professor Lindauer is a development economist specializing in labor issues, and his policy work has focused on Africa and East Asia. He started teaching at Wellesley in 1981 and offers courses on international trade, development economics and economic journalism. He estimates that he has taught over 2500 Wellesley students and looks forward to catching-up with former students and meeting other alumnae. He is the Stanford Calderwood Professor of Economics and directs Wellesley’s Calderwood Seminars in Public Writing initiative.
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Tuesday, November 14th
6:00 to 8:00 PM
The event will be held in the conference room of the offices of Troutman Sanders (401 9th Street NW, 10th floor). Please proceed to the security desk in the back of the main lobby to check-in, and then proceed to the 10th floor office spaces.