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Oxford-Princeton global leaders program

Today, I commented on a very nice paper on the politics of Chinese tobacco control by Jiyoung Jin at the Oxford-Princeton Global Leadership Fellows conference. It was the fourth annual meeting of a very successful program, which provides a fantastic opportunity for doctorates from developing countries to conduct research and gain feedback from one another and from faculty and students at both Oxford and Princeton (they spend a year at each). More information about the program — which is co-directed by Bob Keohane and Ngaire Woods — and about how to apply can be found here.

During the workshop, I also ran into Nic Cheeseman, who is a University Lecturer in African Studies at Oxford, and writes a great blog called Democracy in Africa.

About Evan Lieberman

I am a Professor of Political Science at MIT, and I conduct research, write, and teach about development, ethnic politics, and research methods.


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