Assistant Professor. Political economy; natural resources and development in Latin America; international trade policymaking in contexts of financial crises; interplay between ideas, policies and economic development; how international trade and investment flows influence income distribution and development opportunities in the Global South.
|Degrees:||B.A., International Studies (Manhattanville College – USA) Graduate Certificate, International Relations (Latin American Faculty of Social Science) M.Phil., International Political Economy (University of Tsukuba) Ph.D., Political Economy and Public Policy (Southern California)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 3317|
|Office:||2406R Richcraft Hall|