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Dr. Michael J. Fratantuono

Dr. Michael Fratantuono, co-editor of this volume, is Associate Professor, Department of International Business and Management, Department of International Studies, Dickinson College. His previous assignments were in the Dickinson Economics Department; Visiting Professor, Department of National Security and Strategy, United States Army War College; and the first Department Chair for the newly created program in International Business and Management. He is currently a member of this new Department and as well the International Studies Department. His teaching and research interests include: the changing structure of the global economic and political system; the rising interdependence among state and nonstate agents in the global system; and the strategies being pursued by strategic leaders from various sectors as they navigate those changing circumstances. Dr. Fratantuono has published a range of case studies and journal articles, and served as a consultant to both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Dr. Fratantuono holds a Ph.D. in international economics from the University of Washington.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Michael J. Fratantuono

  • The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration To Promote Sustainable Development

    September 05, 2014

    Edited by Dr. Michael J. Fratantuono, Dr. David M. Sarcone, LTC John D. Colwell, Jr.
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    Within the context of the U.S.-India Strategic Relationship and in light of the vital national interests shared by both countries, what factors will contribute to the success of cross-sector collaborative initiatives intended to address challenges associated with sustainable development? What implications do those insights have for strategic leaders in different sectors?