Sept 18 "Quitting Globalization: Trade-Related Job Losses, Nationalism & Resistance to Chinese FDI in US"

We are writing to remind you of  Jane Sumner's MIRC presentation this coming Monday (September 18th). The talk will be held in 1314 Social Sciences (Lippincott) from 3:30-5:00pm.

Professor Sumner will be presenting a co-authored paper entitled "Quitting Globalization: Trade-Related Job Losses, Nationalism, and Resistance to Chinese FDI in the United States"  Please contact MIRC team if you would like to get a copy of the paper.

Coffee will be served.   Hope you can join us!

-The MIRC Organizers (Emily, Samarjit and Elif)

Jane Lawrence Sumner is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota. She received her Ph.D. from Emory University in 2016. Her research focuses primarily on the politics of multinational production --- ranging from how countries attract foreign direct investment, to how corporations influence local communities once they choose to invest, to how corporate behavior influences public opinion. She is also interested in issues of measurement in comparative politics and other data-poor settings.
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