Dr. Andrew Glencross

Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations · Aston University

Dr. Andrew Glencross' research interests include European integration, especially the Brexit negotiations and issues to do with the Eurozone

The Eurozone European Politics European Integration Brexit UK Politics

Dr. Natalie Chen

Associate Professor, Economics · University of Warwick

Natalie Chen is an expert in international trade, macroeconomics, and economics.

Macroeconomics International Macroeconomics Economics International Economics International Trade

Joel Paul

Albert Abramson '54 Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: paulj@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4638 / Office 312-200

International Economic Law and Policy Presidential Powers in Foreign Affairs International Business Transactions National Security Law Foreign Relations Law

Dr. Tom Long

Associate Professor, Politics & International Studies · University of Warwick

Tom’s expertise includes US-Latin American relations, Latin American foreign policy, North America, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.

Asymmetrical International Relations Latin American Foreign Policy International Relations Politics U.S.-Latin American Relations

Ganesh Sitaraman

Associate Professor of Law · Vanderbilt University

Expert in public law and policy, including presidential power, foreign relations, domestic regulation and institutional design.

Public Option Institutional design Regulation Foreign Relations Law Constitutional Law

Michael Risch, JD

Vice Dean, Professor of Law | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University

Michael Risch, JD, is an expert in intellectual property, patents and internet law.

Law Intellectual Property & Patent Management Trade Secrets Trademark Law Patent Law

Fred Carstensen, Ph.D.

Professor · University of Connecticut

Professor Fred Carstensen is an expert in the areas of public policy, economic history and economics.

Finance Public Policy Economic History Economics

Eric L. Richards

Professor of Business Law · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Richards' research is focused on antitrust law, constitutional law, and international trade.

International Trade Antitrust Law Constitutional Law Personal Law Commercial Law

R. Andrew Butters

Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

R. Andrew Butters is an expert in the areas of industrial organization, productivity, market integration, demand and business cycles.

Business Cycles Productivity Market Integration Demand Fluctuations Applied Econometrics

Willajeanne McLean

Distinguished Professor of Law · University of Connecticut

Willajeanne F. McLean is an internationally recognized expert on the interface of intellectual property and European law.

Law Trademark Law European Law

Meng ZHANG

Assistant Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Forestry Resource Management Chinese Diaspora Political Economy Material Culture

Felicia Wu

John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor · Michigan State University

Expert in food safety, social network analysis, global health, risk assessment, economic models, environmental health risks, public health

Social Network Models of Food Trade Immunotoxicology Social Network Modeling Public Health Environmental Health

FRANCOISE BAYLIS

Professor and Canada Research Chair in Bioethics and Philosophy · Dalhousie University

Dr. Baylis researches matters related to ethics, health law and policy of assisted human reproduction and novel genetic technologies.

Bioethics Assisted Human Reproduction Genetic Technologies & Ethics Genetics and the Law Policy & Regulation Identity

Nigel Wallis

Research Vice President, IoT & Industries · International Data Corporation (IDC)

IDC Canada's Research Vice President for Internet of Things and Industries

Internet of Things Vertical Markets Software Markets Economic Analysis

Christopher Blakley

Lecturer of History · Loyola Marymount University

Christopher Blakley examines human-animal interactions between slaveholders, enslaved people, and animals in the 18th century.

History of the Atlantic World African Diaspora American History Slave Trade Race in Colonial America

Penelope Simons

Professor, Faculty of Law · University of Ottawa

Penelope Simons has been engaged in research on corporate human rights accountability for over a decade.

Business and Human Rights Corporate Social Responsibility International Human Rights Law Transnational Corporations Human Rights and International Economic Law

Craig W. Holden

Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Holden is the winner of multiple research and teaching awards; his research on market microstructure has appeared in leading journals.

Market Microstructure Financial Modeling Financial Markets

Julia DeLancey

Professor of Art History · University of Mary Washington

Dr. DeLancey is an expert in the art history of early modern Italy, 15th & 16th century Italian painting, history of art in Venice & more

History of Disabilities Pigments Color Sellers Art History of Renaissance Italy Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-century Italian Painting

Tom Smythe, Ph.D.

Expert in banking, markets, trade and mutual funds · Florida Gulf Coast University

Tom Smythe researches mutual fund performance and governance and looks for connections between global crisis and markets.

Trade and International Business Economic & Financial Data Economics and Behaviour Stock Market and Investments Stock Market and Investors

Christopher Hendricks

Interim Chair, History · Georgia Southern University

Christopher Hendricks' research focuses on early American architecture and town planning.

American Architectural History American Town Planning and Development Colonial and Early National America Eighteenth-Century Moravian Church