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Colin I. Bradford
Colin I. Bradford
is Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development at the Brookings Institution. His areas of expertise include: Developing countries; Globalization; Global poverty/foreign assistance; International economics; International organizations; Latin America; and Trade. Dr. Bradford’s previous positions were Adviser to the Global Economy Track of the Helsinki Process on Globalization and Democracy; Research Professor of Economics and International Relations at American University; Chief Economist, United States Agency for International Development; Head of Research of the Development Centre of the OECD; Senior Staff of the Strategic Planning Unit of the World Bank; and Associate Professor in the Practice of International Economics and Management at the School of Organization and Management at Yale University.
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Colin I. Bradford and Johannes F. Linn reply to Graham Bird’s review in the last issue of World Economics [8(2): 285-287] of their co-edited volume, Global Governance Reform: Breaking the Stalemate
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