Archives: Graduate Studies
Monday, January 7, 2019
Professor Randall Germain: The Political Economy of Global Finance
Randall Germain has supervised a multitude of master’s theses and research essays for students enrolled in the Institute of Political Economy. Topics have included the roles of small and medium sized enterprises in the EU; responsibilities of credit agencies; the struggle of unions versus multi-million dollar corporate agencies; and the impact...
Monday, November 5, 2018
Dr. Cristina Rojas: Tailor Your Master’s Degree to Fit Your Interests
There is no easy way to choose the right program to carry you through your graduate school journey. You are looking for a transformative experience that you cannot find elsewhere, but perhaps unsure of what you are looking for in terms of specific academic opportunities. It is common for prospective students to be unsure...
Friday, July 20, 2018
Glennys Egan- Why Political Economy is the Right Choice
Glennys Egan is a Senior Gender and Research Specialist with Digital Opportunity Trust, a non-governmental organization that supports young people in Africa and the Middle East who are applying technological innovations to community development. How did you become interested in international development? When I chose to pursue my B.A. in...