HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. —
Noted political experts and scholars will discuss the impact of U.S. foreign policy on the pocketbooks of American families during a special event at Hofstra Law School.
“U.S. Foreign Policy and Its Effect on the Domestic Economy,” a panel discussion, will take place on Friday, October 10, from 1 to 3 p.m in Hofstra Law School’s Sidney R. Siben and Walter Siben Moot Courtroom (Room 308) in Hempstead, New York.
The program is sponsored by The Journal of International Business and Law http://law.hofstra.edu/Academics/Journals/JIBL/index.html
, a scholarly publication of Hofstra Law School and Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business. The National Security Network www.nsnetwork.com
is a co-sponsor of the event.
Among other topics, participants will tackle the politics of unilateral steps taken by the U.S. and how the government’s actions overseas have a direct impact on the domestic economy.
Hofstra Law School Professor Daniel J.H. Greenwood will moderate the panel which will include Lea Brilmayer, Thomas Cooley, Karl F. Inderfurth, Dennis Keegan and W. Michael Reisman.
Brilmayer is a Yale Law professor, international law scholar and author of the books “Justifying International Acts” and “American Hegemony: Political Morality in a One-Superpower World.”
Cooley is dean of the NYU Stern School of Business. He is author of “Frontiers of Business Cycle Research” and a professor of macroeconomic theory and international economy.
Inderfurth served as Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs under President Bill Clinton. He is a professor and director of graduate programs at George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.
Keegan is the chairman and chief investment officer of the Auspex Group, a hedge fund headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut. He is co-author of the new book, “Reality Check: The Unreported Good News About America.”
Reisman is the Myres S. McDougal Professor of International Law at Yale Law School and author of “Foreign Investment Disputes: Cases, Materials and Commentary.”
“Representing the political, business and academic communities, this diverse panel will attempt to answer some of the pressing issues of today,” said Editor-in-Chief Brian Farrar, The Journal of International Business and Law.
Registration is free and attendees receive 2 CLE credits.