Interview With Ghana's Leading TV Station - Joy News
I am an Assistant Professor of International Studies at Pepperdine University. I hold a PhD in Public Policy and Political Economy from the School of Economic, Political, and Policy Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas.
My research involves tracing the cross-border externalities of natural resource policies as well as examining the domestic policy and institutional outcomes of globalization (international trade, international organizations, and foreign aid). I also have ongoing projects on the impact of religion on democratization.
I teach International Relations and African Politics. I have previously taught Statistics, Research Design, and Political Economy of Developing Countries.