Economic Development Faculty
Cornel Ban (BA/JD Babes-Bolyai University; PhD, University of Maryland) International Economic Organizations, Economic Ideas and Economic Policy, The Political Economy of Crises and Transitions, Varieties of Capitalism, Europe, Brazil.
Susan Eva Eckstein (PhD, Columbia University) Urbanization, Immigration, Poverty, Rights and Injustices, Political Economy of Developing Countries, and Social Movements in Third World Countries.
Kevin P. Gallagher (BA, Northeastern University; MA, PhD, Tufts University) Economic Development, Trade and Investment Policy, International Environmental Policy, Latin America.
Ann Helwege; (BA, Phd, State University of New York Buffalo) Environmental Policy, Latin America, Development Economics.
Adil Najam (BSc, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore; MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering, MS in Technology and Policy, and PhD in International Environmental Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) International Negotiation; Sustainable Development; Human Development and Human Security; International Environmental Politics; Politics of the Muslim World; Politics of South Asia.
Henrik Selin (MA, Lund University; PhD, Linköping University) International Environmental Politics, Sustainable Development, Global Governance and International Institutions, Scandinavia, Europe.
Charles Stith (BA, Baker University; MDiv, Interdenominational Theological Center ’s Gammon Theological Seminary in Atlanta; Th.M., Harvard University Divinity School). Political and Economic Development of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Michael Woldemariam (BA Beloit College; MA, PhD, Princeton University) Comparative Politics, International Security, African Politics, Political Violence and Conflict, Post-Conflict Governance and Institution Building, Development Policy, and Identity Politics.
Min Ye (BA, Beijing University, China; MA, University of South Carolina; PhD, Princeton). Economic relations in East and South Asia; Development in Asia.