Greening Aid? Understanding the Environmental Impact of Development Assistance (English)


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"Greening Aid? Understanding the Environmental Impact of Development Assistance"

An International Studies Public Forum at UC Irvine on Thursday, February 4, 2010 with with Michael J. Tierney, College of William and Mary. Michael J. Tierney is the Hylton Associate Professor of Government and the Director of the International Relations Program at the College of William and Mary. He received his B.A. in government from William and Mary in 1987 and Ph.D. from U.C. San Diego in 2003.

Professor Tierney’s research and teaching interests focus on international organizations, international relations theory, political economy, and development. Tierney has received grants from the National Science Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation, and the Gates Foundation. He has published articles in journals such as Environment, Foreign Policy, Gender and Politics, Journal of International Relations and Development, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Law and Contemporary Problems, and Review of International Political Economy. He has co-authored or edited two books: Delegation and Agency in International Organizations, Cambridge University Press, 2006; and Greening Aid? Understanding the Environmental Impact of Development Assistance, Oxford University Press, 2008. He is currently working on two book length projects. The first employs the PLAID dataset to explore the politics of multilateral development assistance. The second explores the relationships between teaching, research, and policy in the field of international relations.


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Michael Tierney
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