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David C. Ranney

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University of Illinois at Chicago
601 S. Morgan Street UH 1147
Chicago, Illinois 60607
United States

Company Description: UIC ranks among the nation's leading research universities and is Chicago's largest university with 27,000 students, 12,000 faculty and staff, 15 colleges and the...   more
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The Tail End of Free Trade: A Preliminary Evaluation of the Impact of NAFTA on the Manufacturing Sector - Council on Hemispheric Affairs
www.coha.org, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
According to David Raney of the Alliance for Responsible Trade, the five major industrial groups which produce the U.S.'s most important exports (chemicals, plastics, electrical machinery and equipment, transportation equipment, and computers/electronic equipment) now have negative trade balances, which have increased at a staggering rate since NAFTA's ordination.
LaCrosse Area Greens: September 2003 Archives
wisconsingreenparty.org, 1 Sept 2003 [cached]
In this thought provoking work, David Ranney shows how our world has changed and offers a plan for remaking progressive politics to meet the crises brought about by what George H.W.Bush first termed "the new world order."
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Showing how today's form of globalization (global decisions) has led to specific local consequences for cities and the workers who inhabit them (local collisions), David Ranney presents a means for taking stock of the effects of globalization; a look at these changes in labor markets; economic development politics; housing policy, employment policies; and an organizing strategy for this new economic and social era.
Ranney argues that the New World Order and its features of: unrestricted mobility of goods, services and capital; labor market flexibility; expanded credit; living standards as commodities; and the individualization of everyday life, are political constructs.They aren't natural law or permanent and they can be changed.But we first must change our thinking.
Ranney, is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Chicago's Center for Urban Economic Development, and Associate Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C.He is a member of the Alliance For Responsible Trade (ART), which in turn serves as the U.S. representative to the Hemispheric Social Alliance (HSA), a network of labor organizations and citizens' coalitions representing more than 45 million people throughout the Americas.
Wisconsin Fair Trade Campaign (WFTC) is glad to assist David Ranney in his activist tour through Wisconsin.
Community Media Workshop Newstips 4-17-2001
www.newstips.org, 17 April 2001 [cached]
The FTAA is "a big piece of an overall global trade strategy" which is reducing manufacturing and better service jobs and increasing temporary, part-time, and low-wage employment in Illinois, said UIC Professor Dave Ranney of the Alliance for Responsible Trade.
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For more: Apolinar Quiros, USWA Local 2154, 773/476-0882; Sarita Gupta, Chicago Jobs With Justice, 312/787-5868, ext. 137; Dave Ranney, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, UIC, 312/996-2126
Rosa Parks, Danny Glover, Gloria Steinem, Harry Belafonte and Dozens of Others Join Effort Calling For Justice Not Vengeance
www.frugalfun.com, 19 Sept 2001 [cached]
David Ranney, Professor, University of Illinois Chicago
An Open Letter to the U.S. State Department Regarding Recent Violence in Bolivia | Naomi Klein
www.naomiklein.org, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
David C. Ranney, Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning and Policy, University of Illinois-Chicago
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