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Frances Rosenbluth, Deputy Provost for the Social Sciences and Faculty Development

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Episode: September 30, 2009

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Frances Rosenbluth, Deputy Provost for the Social Sciences and Faculty Development at Yale University, is a comparative political economist with research interests in war and constitutions, Japanese politics and political economy, and the political economy of gender.  The author of numerous articles and book chapters, Professor Rosenbluth has written several books: The Politics of Oligarchy: Institutional Choice in Imperial Japan, Japan's Political Marketplace and Financial Politics in Contemporary Japan; and Japan Transformed: Political Change and Economic Reform. We talk with her about her newest book, Women, Work, and Power: The Political Economy of Gender Inequality.

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