The Peace, Trade and Development Program is taught by a team of faculty members with extensive trade-related expertise. Participants gain a comprehensive understanding of trade & development issues due to this multifacted group.
Meet Our Faculty
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
International political economy, international relations, comparative politics (U.S., Canada, Latin America and Mexico), migration studies, human rights, human security and trade policy.
Economic development, emerging economies, economics and politics of Latin American countries (including Mexico), immigration, poverty, inequality, natural disasters.
Identity conflicts, civil wars, peace processes, non-state armed actors, South Asia
International economics, migration, trade and trade agreements, Asian and Latin American trade and development, foreign direct investment, international finance
Money laundering, terrorism financing, corruption, asset recovery, illegal drug markets, and international macro-economy.
Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, Behavioral Economics, International Economics & Development