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Hoover Institution Fellows on GOP Presidential Race, Federal Reserve’s Threat to Raise Interest Rates, and China-Taiwan Reunification Tensions

Hoover Institution Fellows on GOP Presidential Race, Federal Reserve’s Threat to Raise Interest Rates, and China-Taiwan Reunification Tensions

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STANFORD, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 22, 2000

Fellows at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University are available to comment on the topics listed above. They may be reached directly or through the Office of Public Affairs at 650/723-0603.

GOP PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Richard T. Burress, Senior Fellow. Expertise: The relationship of Congress and the executive branch, campaign financing, divided government and partisanship. Assistant to President Gerald Ford, 1973-74. 650/723-2063.

John A. Ferejohn, Senior Fellow. Expertise: Political theory and political institutions. Political science professor, Stanford University. 650/723-0221.

Morris P. Fiorina, Senior Fellow. Expertise: Electoral processes, democratic theory and policy making. Political science professor, Stanford University, and author, Divided Government (Allyn & Bacon, 1998). 650/723-0254.

FEDERAL RESERVE’s THREAT tO RAISE INTEREST RATES

Robert E. Hall, Senior Fellow. Expertise: Market economies and tax policy. Director of the research program on economic fluctuations at the National Bureau of Economic Research. 650/723-2215.

David Henderson, Research Fellow. Expertise: The consequences of government regulation, public policy, and free markets. Associate professor of economics at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. 831/648-1776.

CHINA-TAIWAN REUNIFICATION TENSIONS

Larry J. Diamond, Senior Research Fellow. Expertise: Democracy in Asia and U.S. foreign policy affecting democracy abroad. Author, Developing Democracy (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999) and coeditor of the Journal of Democracy. 650/725-3420.

Thomas A. Metzger, Senior Fellow. Expertise: Intellectual and institutional history of China and the politics of contemporary China. Served as a visiting professor at East China Normal University in Shanghai, 1995. 650/725-8560.

Ramon H. Myers, Senior Fellow and curator of the Hoover Institution’s East Asian Collection. Expertise: History of Taiwan and China and Asian international affairs. Co-author, The First Chinese Democracy: Political Life in the Republic of China on Taiwan (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997). 650/725-3443.

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