We invite you to join us Wednesday, October 17 as we present Andrew Schrank, Professor of Sociology as part of our Rethinking Development Lecture Series.
"The Second Regulatory Divide? Workplace Inspection Regimes in Historical Perspective"
For more information, please see: http://dusp.mit.edu/idg/project/rethinking-development-theory-strategy
Andrew Schrank, is Professor of Political Science and Sociology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin. He studies the organization, performance, and regulation of business in Latin America, Southern Europe, and the United States. His recent publications include: "Incubating Innovation or Cultivating Corruption: The Developmental State and the Life Sciences in Asia."
Thursday, October 25th, 12-2p
Location: 7-338 (stella). The room is accessible from the Mass Ave entrance. Lunch will be served.
The Fall '12 International Development Group (IDG) Lecture Series part of the Advanced Doctoral Seminar on Development Theory sponsored by the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. For more information, please see: http://dusp.mit.edu/idg/project/rethinking-development-theory-strategy