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Dr. Roger Clark, associate professor of accounting, presented a paper and delivered the keynote address at the sixth annual Global Conference on Business and Economics on Oct. 14-16 at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Clark and a co-author presented The Games Countries Play Under Financial Distress: A Nested-Game-Theoretic Formulation to Argentinas Debt Default and Restructuring.

The title of Clarks speech was The Need for Sovereign Bond Securitization in Developing Countries.
Dr. Roger Clark, associate professor of accounting, presented a paper and delivered the keynote address at the sixth annual Global Conference on Business and Economics on Oct. 14-16 at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Clark and a co-author presented “The Games Countries Play Under Financial Distress: A Nested-Game-Theoretic Formulation to Argentina's Debt Default and Restructuring.”

The title of Clark's speech was “The Need for Sovereign Bond Securitization in Developing Countries.”

Lori Buchanan, professor of library administration, will co-present a half-day workshop during the National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries in March-April 2007.

Buchanan is presenting “Tossing a Life Preserver! Using Characteristics of Best Practices to Assess Your Information Literacy Program.”

Also, she recently co-presented a program concerning information literacy program assessment during the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy on Oct. 6 in Savannah.

Dr. Perry Scanlan, assistant professor of allied health sciences, will have some of his work published in a book for herpesvirus experts.

The book, titled “Latency Strategies of Alphaherpesviruses,” is scheduled for release in November.