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Smut's Memorial Lecture 2009: "Negotiating from Weakness in International Trade Relations"

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John Odell is a Professor at the School of International Relations, University of Southern California. His other research and teaching interests include the history and theory of the world political economy, U.S. foreign economic policy, the international trade and monetary systems, international institutions, and qualitative research methods. He has served as editor of International Organization (1992-1996) and Director of the USC Center for International Studies (1989-1992). He has been a visiting scholar at the Institute for International Economics, the office of the U.S. Trade Representative, Japan’s Ministry of Finance and Ministry of International Trade and Industry, and the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva.

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