Bradford Dillman

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Professor, International Political Economy

Brad’s teaching interests include IPE, Middle East politics, the illicit global economy, and intellectual property. His current research focuses on global illegal transactions such as smuggling, trafficking, and intellectual property rights violations. He is co-author of the 7th edition of the textbook Introduction to International Political Economy (Routledge, 2019). He has also published works on Algeria and North African political economy.

Education
BA Ohio State University Columbus 1984
MA Columbia University 1987
MPHIL Columbia University 1988
Ph.D Columbia University 1994
Class
International Political Econ IPE 101-C 2218
Theories of IPE IPE 301-A 2218

Contact Information

McIntyre 209
email bdillman@pugetsound.edu