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Newsmaker: Dimitris Kraniou

Dimitris Kraniou. NewsmakerNoteworty: Presented a paper at the American Society for Competitiveness’s 24th Annual Conference on “Neo-Mercantilism in an Age of Austerity: Thoughts on the Global Economic Pathology.”
Friday, Nov. 29, 2013, 10:17 p.m.
 

Noteworthy: Presented a paper at the American Society for Competitiveness' 24th annual Conference on “Neo-Mercantilism in an Age of Austerity: Thoughts on the Global Economic Pathology.”

Age: 60

Neighborhood: Moon

Family: Wife, Maria; sons, John, 32, and Dean, 30

Education: University of Pittsburgh, bachelor's degree in economics, 1976; master's degree in economics, 1977; doctorate on international political economy and international administration issues, 1983.

Occupation: Chair of the Department of Global Management and Organization, Point Park University.

Background: A Greece native, Kraniou researched the impact of international trade policies on the implementation of economic austerity measures in Greece and other European countries.

Quote: “I have lived in the United States for the past 45 years and I have spent most of my time in the United States, but being of Greek descent and keeping up with the European Union, I make a sincere effort to see what unfolds there.”

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