Ph.D., Economics (with Distinction), Columbia University, New York, 1993. M.Phil., Economics, Columbia University, 1989. M.A. Economics, Columbia University, 1989. B.A. (Honours), Economics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1986. B.Sc., Mathematics, University of the Witwatersrand, 1985.
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Areas of Research/Interest: International Relations, International Political Economy, Formal Methods.
About Me: Peter Rosendorff is Professor of Politics at NYU. He serves as
Editor of the journal Economics and Politics, and serves on the editorial
board of International Organization. He holds a PhD from
Columbia University in Economics, and has held grants from the
National Science Foundation among others. Consulting clients have
included The World Bank, US Department of State, Major League Soccer,
FIFA, and AT&T.Professor Rosendorff's research examines the linkages
between domestic politics and international economic policy, and has
published widely in the Economics, Political Science and International
Relations journals. Recent work examines the links between the
institutional features of democracy (such as electoral accountability,
separation of powers, transparency) and economic policy (trade policy
and membership of international trade regulating organizations). He is
also working on the links between domestic politics and the optimal
design of international institutions like the World Trade Organization
and its dispute resolution mechanism.
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