Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Institute
Office:
Segal Building
Phone:
831.647.4102
Expertise:

Economic development, emerging economies, economics and politics of Latin American countries (including Mexico), immigration, poverty, inequality, natural disasters.

Jeff Dayton-Johnson interviewed live about a financial crisis in Latin America on CNBC.

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

Economic Development. Regional Economics. Econometrics. Spatial Statistics.

Associate Professor and Director of Center for Conflict Studies
Office:
124 D McCone
Phone:
831.647.7104
Expertise:

Identity conflicts, civil wars, peace processes, non-state armed actors, South Asia

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

Professor
Office:
McCone Building 124C
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.

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

Program Chair and Professor in International Trade & Economic Diplomacy
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

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:
McGowan 200F
Phone:
831.647.6442
Expertise:

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

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