Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

Faculty

Learn about our faculty's latest accomplishments in the field of International Policy and Development (IPD). 

Regular Faculty

Professor
Office:
Casa Fuente Building 300J
Phone:
831.647.3564
Expertise:

Japanese foreign and security policy, international relations of the Asia Pacific, international political economy, Asian studies, Asia-Pacific development, East Asia security, globalization, human rights, human security, international migration, international relations theory, Northeast Asia and security issues, US-Asia policy

Assistant Professor
Office:
Casa Fuente Building
Phone:
831.647.4163
Expertise:

International political economy, international relations, comparative politics (U.S., Canada, Latin America and Mexico), migration studies, human rights, human security and trade policy.

Professor
Office:
117 McCone
Phone:
831.647.4180
Expertise:

Human rights, international and comparative politics of the Western Hemisphere, international and grassroots development, women´s rights and roles, globalization

Associate Professor
Office:
McCone Building 113
Phone:
831.647.3568
Expertise:

Economic Development. Regional Economics. Econometrics. Spatial Statistics.

Professor and Gordon Paul Smith Chair in International Policy and Development
Office:
311 McCone
Phone:
831.647.4144
Expertise:

Armed violence reduction, research methods for development practitioners, global governance, international organizations, proliferation and effects of conventional weapons and small arms, program evaluation and project management

Associate Professor
Office:
McCone Building
Phone:
831.647.4142
Expertise:

International Trade Policy and Trade Negotiation, Globalization and Global Economic and Environmental Governance, Trade and Development in Emerging Markets, International Political Economy of East Asia, US-Asia Policy, Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy.

Director, MIIS Cyber Initiative (MIIS Cyber)
Phone:
831.647.6680 (direct) or 831.647.6505 (main)
Expertise:
  • crisis management
  • cyber policy / ICT - information, communication, technology
  • globalization / digital-information age dynamics
  • irregular conflicts and wars
  • non-state actors / groups:  criminal organizations, cyber actors, gangs, insurgents, international organizations, militias, multinational corporations, NGOs, terrorists, etc.
  • strategic communications
Associate Professor, International Policy and Development
Office:
McCone 112
Phone:
831.647.4146
Expertise:

International economics, migration, trade and trade agreements, Asian and Latin American trade and development, foreign direct investment, international finance

Professor Emeritus
Expertise:

Political economy, public administration, capacity building, international development, Africa

Assistant Professor
Office:
224 McCone
Phone:
831.647.4600
Expertise:

Public Policy, Research Methods, Quantitative Methods, Network Analysis, International Development

Professor in International Policy and Development; former Chief Economist and Director of Operations, US International Trade Commission​
Office:
Casa Fuente
Expertise:

International trade, trade economics, international strategic management, antidumping and countervailing, competition policy, and regulation.

Associate Professor
Office:
213 McCone
Phone:
831.647.4145
Expertise:

Money laundering, terrorism financing, corruption, asset recovery,  illegal drug markets, and international macro-economy.

Prof. Ruehsen speaks on euro crisis May 2010

Distinguished Research Professor, Graduate School of International Policy & Management, Director, International Trade & Development Policy Initiative; former Deputy USTR, CEO of the National Foreign Trade Counsel; Senior Counsel, McKenna, Long & Aldrich
Office:
Casa Fuente 437F
Phone:
831.647.3572
Expertise:

International Trade, Legislative and Public Policy, Finance Law, Renewable and Clean Energy

Professor Emeritus
Office:
McCone 121
Phone:
(831) 647-3567
Expertise:

South Asian Affairs, American Foreign Policy, Global Media, Public Diplomacy, and Electoral Politics.

Adjunct Faculty

Executive Director, Village Capital
Expertise:

Ross developed the Village Capital concept in 2009, and has led the development of programs worldwide. Before launching Village Capital, he worked with First Light Ventures, a seed fund focused on impact investments. Prior to First Light, Ross worked on the development of four education-related start-up ventures: the Indian School Finance Company in Hyderabad, India; the National College Advising Corps in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and two ventures using technology to promote civic participation.

Adjunct Professor
Office:
GSIPM
Phone:
831.647.4155
Expertise:

China-US business issues

Adjunct Professor
Office:
McGowan 200F
Phone:
831.647.6442
Expertise:

Counterterrorism
Special Operations
Terrorist-Trafficking Nexus
Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Africa

Adjunct Professor in International Policy and Development
Office:
GSIPM
Phone:
831.647.4155
Expertise:

Anti-trafficking programs and responses to human trafficking on a local (tactical) level, and at the national (strategy) level.

Adjunct Professor
Expertise:

International Economics; International Trade Policy; Commercial Diplomacy; Trade Negotiations; US-China Trade Relations

Visiting Faculty

Visiting Professor; Retired Deputy Director General, World Trade Organization
Office:
400 Pacific Street, Rm D205,
Phone:
(831) 647-4693
Expertise:

International trade law, U.S. trade policy and WTO affairs