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Michael Lee


Office: 1703A HW

Areas of Specialization:

International Relations
Internatonal Political Economy (politics of finanical crises, political economy of foreign policy)
International Security (causes of war, geography and war)
Quantitative Research Methodology

Recent Courses:

PolSc 275: Politics of the Global Economy


Ph.D., Indiana University, 2012
B.A., University of Toronto, 2006

Recent Publications:

2016. “Going Beyond the Existing Consensus: The Use of Games in International Relations Education,” with Zachary Shirkey , PS: Political Science (forthcoming)

2016. “How many lightbulbs does it take to change the financial system? Economic Ideas and Financial Regulation, 1846-2007” in British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18: 868-888

"Falling Down: An Empirical Test of Dynamic Differentials Theory 1500-1999" in William Thompson, ed., Systemic Transitions: Past, Present and Future, 75-100, Palgrave Macmillan (2009)

"The Gnomes of Zurich Meet the Dogs of War: Financial Leadership and Regulation, 1850-2013" in William Winecoff, ed., Research Handbook on International Monetary Relations, Edward Elgar Publishing (Forthcoming)