About me

Associate Professor, International Political Economy, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma

BA, MA, PhD, University of Toulouse, 2001, 2002, 2007

I teach several courses in international political economy, including:

The Idea of Wine

NGOs, corporations and social entrepreneurs

The Political Economy of International Trade and Finance

Senior Thesis Seminar in International Political Economy

My current research, with Cynthia Howson from the University of Washington Tacoma, examines the rise of the Chinese wine industry. Previously, I worked on NGOs and economic development. I have done fieldwork in the NGO sector in Bangladesh and, since 2013, in the Chinese wine industry.

My research is available here.

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