September 24, 2001
CSUS talk explores United Nations' role
future of the United Nations in today's world will be examined
by Abdel Hamid Bouab, U.N. chief of public finance and private
sector development, at noon, Thursday, Oct. 4 at California
State University, Sacramento. The talk is co-sponsored by
the Sacramento Chamber of Commerce.
Bouab helps governments develop revenues through tax revenues
and private foreign investment, managing public expenditures
and encouraging private sector development. In addition, he
works with the United Nations to develop technical cooperation
programs between the United Nations and higher learning institutions.
Bouab is also a professor of economics and finance at Fairleigh
Dickinson University's Graduate School of Business Administration,
Teaneck, N.J., and Pace University, N.Y. He is a member of
the New York Academy of Sciences and the executive committee
of the International Association of University Presidents.
Bouab is also the founding trustee and president of the Moroccan-American
Foundation. He was educated in France and has worked with
the United Nations since 1969.
His talk is part of the CSUS College of Business Administration's
Melvin and Audrey Shore Endowed Lectures on International
Trade. The lecture series was established by CSUS to honor
Melvin Shore's 37 years of work in advancing international
trade and his contributions in developing the Port of Sacramento.
The free lecture will be held in the Hinde Auditorium at the
CSUS University Union. For more information, call (916) 278-6578.
For media assistance, call CSUS public affairs, (916) 278-6156.
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