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    JANUARY 19, 2006
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Ram Mudambi, general and strategic management professor at The Fox School of Business and Management, presented “Subsidiary Power in Multinational Corporations: Technological vs. Marketing Knowledge” at JIBS Frontiers Conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on Sept. 30. He presented “Multinational Firms and Clusters: The role of knowledge” at the International Conference on Innovation, Multinationals and Local Development in Catania, Italy, on Sept. 30–Oct. 1. He also delivered the keynote address at this conference.

Andy Buck and George Lady, both economics professors at The Fox School of Business and Management, presented their paper “Approximation of Large Computer-Based Economic Models” at the annual meeting of the International Atlantic Economic Society in October in New York.

Several Temple International law students panelists presented at the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Nov. 22 program “Issues in International Human Rights.” Raquel Cohen and Edgar Arranda, both of Peru; Juliane Baxmann of Germany; and Jiefeng Lu of China shared their interest and expertise in human rights issues in their countries of origin, as well as the work human rights advocates are involved in to address those concerns.


School of Medicine faculty and residents published “Successful Collaborative Model for Trauma Skills Training of Surgical and Emergency Medicine Residents in a Laboratory Setting” in the November/December 2005 issue of Current Surgery. The goal of the study was to “determine whether interdepartmental educational and technical resources could be combined to successfully train surgery and emergency medicine residents in common diagnostic and therapeutic trauma skills outside the traditional hospital setting.”

The researchers included: David A. Berg, surgery; Dawn Demangone, emergency medicine; Daniel T. Dempsey, surgery; Carol A. Fisher, surgery; John P. Gaughan, epidemiology and biostatistics; Harsh Grewal, surgery; Amy J. Goldberg, surgery; Richard E. Milner, surgical simulation lab; Erica McKernan, emergency medicine; and Jacob W. Ufberg, emergency medicine.