Recent Articles and Books by Faculty Members

8/15/2008

The following are recent publications by members of the faculties of the Law School, Sawyer Business School, and College of Arts and Sciences:

  • Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism, had the article “A feminist political economic understanding of the relations between state, market and civil society from Beijing and Tunis” published in the July issue of Journal of Media and Cultural Politics.
  • Raul de la Fuente Marcos and Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, Madrid Campus, published their article, “Confined chaotic motion in three-body resonances: trapping of trans-Neptunian material induced by gas-drag,” in the British journal, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 388, No. 1, July 8, 2008, pp. 293-306.
  • Ruth Ann McEwen, associate dean of accreditation and administration, Sawyer Business School, and professor of accounting, has co-authored Asset Retirement Obligations, the portfolio guidance issued from the Accounting Policy & Practice Series of BNA (Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.).
  • Jennifer O’Connor-Duffy, Education and Human Services, has published a book Working-Class Students at Radcliffe College, 1940-1970: The Intersection of Gender, Social Class, and Historical Context.
  • Anthony Polito, Law School, published the article “Trade or Business within the United States as an Interpretive Problem under the Internal Revenue Code: Five Propositions” in Hastings Business Law Journal, Vol. 4, 251, spring 2008.
  • Michael Rustad, Law School, has published a new book, Everyday Law for Consumers, a practical guide to consumer rights in language non-lawyers can understand.

 

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