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Appendix A The Committee on Monitoring International Labor Standards (2002-2003) and National Research Council Staff THEODORE H. MORAN (Chair), Marcus Wallenberg Chair, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, DC lARL BENGTSSON, Counsellor and Head, Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, France THOMAS DONALDSON, Mark O. Winkelman Professor, Professor of Legal Studies, The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania* MARIA S. EITEL, Vice President and Senior Advisor for Corporate Responsibility, Nike; President, Nike Foundation, Beaverton, OR KIMBERLY ANN ELLIOTT, Research Fellow, Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC GARY FIELDS, Chairman, Department of International and Comparative Labor, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University THEA LEE, Assistant Director for International Economics, Public Policy Department, AFL-CIO, Washington, DC LISA M. LYNCH, Academic Dean and Professor of International Economic Affairs, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University *Thomas Donaldson resigned from the committee in October 2002. 37

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38 HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT DARA O'ROURKE, Assistant Professor of Environmental Policy, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology HOWARD PACK, Professor of Business and Public Policy, The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania EDWARD POTTER, International Labor Counsel, U.S. Council for International Business; Attorney-at-Law, McGuiness, Norris & Williams, LLP, Washington, DC S.M. (MO) RAlAN, Former Director, Labor and Human Rights, Worldwide Government Affairs and Public Policy Department, Levi Strauss & Company, San Francisco GARE A. SMITH, Counsel, Foley & Hoag, Attorneys at Law, Washington, DC T.N. SRINIVASAN, Samuel C. Park, fir. Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Yale University** AURET VAN HEERDEN, Executive Director, Fair Labor Association, Washington, DC HEATHER WEIITE, Founder and Executive Director, Verite, San Francisco*** FAHRETTIN YAGCI, Lead Economist, Africa Region, The World Bank, Washington, DC CenterforEd(ucation, DBASSE Nevzer Stacey, Stodgy Director Linda DePugh Margaret Hilton Crispin Rigby lohn Shephard Monica Ulewicz Division on Policy and Global Affairs Peter Henderson, Deputy Stodgy Director Elizabeth Briggs Stacey Kozlouski George Reinhart John Sislin **T.N. Srinivasan resigned from the committee in May 2003. ***Heather White resigned from the committee in November 2002.