Michael Franczak

Michael Franczak is a historian of American foreign policy and the global economy. His articles have appeared in a number of academic and popular outlets, including Diplomatic History, Cold War History, Foreign Policy, and Boston Review. Michael’s first book, North-South: Global Inequality and American Foreign Policy in the 1970s, is forthcoming in 2022 from Cornell University Press. Before coming to Perry World House, Michael was a Henry Chauncey ’57 Postdoctoral Fellow in International Security Studies at Yale University, where he also taught in the History department. He earned his Ph.D. in history from Boston College and a B.A. from the University of Michigan.

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Still Swimming Against the Tide?

40 Years of Thinking on Trade and Development

YSI Event Workshop YSI | Aug 1–7, 2021

The 4th UNCTAD YSI Summer School celebrates the approach and legacy of UNCTAD’s annual Trade and Development Report (TDR). The school will bring together UNCTAD experts, academics, diplomats, and young scholars from across the globe for lively and stimulating intellectual debates.