We are seeking a third panelist for the upcoming 2012 Policy History Conference. The proposed panel will focus on Market Politics and Informal Policymaking in the post-1945 era. Rachel Winslow will explore how U.S. and European attorneys exploited black and gray "baby markets" in carving out the policies toward Greek and Italian international adoption. Todd Holmes will talk about the numerous boycotts waged by César Chávez and the United Farm Workers union, and the advent of consumer politics. In both cases, the use of informal policymaking on the federal level made such varieties of potent Market Politics possible. We are especially interested in projects that consider the political economy of labor or culture through a transnational lens.
If interested in joining the panel, please email Todd Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org
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