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In memoriam: Jaime Ros, 69, professor emeritus of economics

Author: Ashley Rowland

Categories: General News and Faculty News

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Jaime Ros, a Mexican economist and longtime faculty member in the Department of Economics and fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, has died at age 69.

Ros was considered a pillar at Kellogg, where he was a faculty fellow from 1990 to 2010. He specialized in development economics, trade, and macroeconomic policies and problems in developing countries, and, according to El Economista

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Sociology professor wins ASA book award

Author: Ashley Rowland

Categories: Research, General News, and Faculty News

A 2018 book co-authored by Tamara Kay, a Notre Dame associate professor of global affairs and sociology, has been named co-winner of an award given by the American Sociological Association. Trade Battles: Activism and the Politicization of International Trade Policy (Oxford University Press), co-authored by Kay and R.L. Evans, received the Charles Tilly Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Book Award from the organization’s Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section. The book examines how activists fought the North American Free Trade Agreement and subsequent trade agreements, providing a deeper understanding of the role civil society plays in shaping state policy.

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