Cato Policy Report, May/June 2000
Vol. 22, No. 3
Carpenter Book Widely Reviewed
has joined the Cato Institute as director
of public affairs, with principal responsibility for media relations.
He succeeds Julia Williams, who was named president of the Education
Leaders Council. Clerihue was previously communications director
of the Heritage Foundation. He has also been a congressional press
secretary and a reporter for Investor's Business Daily
Randall S. Kroszner
and Stephen Macedo
have joined the editorial board of the Cato
. Kroszner is a professor of economics at the Graduate
School of Business at the University of Chicago. He wrote a Cato Policy
Analysis on financial regulation in 1999. Macedo is the Laurance S.
Rockefeller Professor of Politics and a member of the University Center
for Human Values at Princeton University. He is the author of Deliberative
Politics: Essays on Democracy and Disagreement
James A. Dorn,
president for academic affairs and editor of the Cato Journal
has been selected to deliver the commencement address to economics
graduates at the University of Rochester on May 14.
"To be governed...,"
the popular back-page feature of Cato Policy Report,
is now available on a more timely basis at the Cato Institute Web
site, www.cato.org. From the home page, find it under "Cato
Library." The segment will be updated regularly.
Victory: A Postmortem on the Balkan War, edited by Ted Galen
Carpenter, has been reviewed by The Economist, The Spectator, and
the Associated Press. It reached the top half of 1 percent in sales
among all the books on Amazon.com.
This article originally appeared in the May/June 2000 edition of Cato Policy Report.