Patrick Clairzier

Thursday, 17 September 2009
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Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Study Abroad Program

Fields of expertise

  • Haitian Politics

  • Neoliberalism

  • Political Economy of Developing Countries

  • Global inequalities

    Education

      • Ph.D. in International Relations and Diplomacy, American Graduate School in Paris, France: in progress

      • M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy, American Graduate School in Paris, France

      • Master in Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiation, Universit√© Paris Sud 11, France

      • B.A. Political Science, Boston College, United States

          Other current posts

          United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Sustainable Consumption and Production Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics: Consultant

          Previous experience

              Financial Services Institutional Marketing:

              • Cambridge Associates LLC, Boston, MA, USA

              • BDirect Capital, Boston, MA, USA

              • John Hancock Funds, Boston, MA, USA

              • Scudder Kemper Funds, Boston, MA

              • Putman Investments, Boston, MA, USA

              Selected publications

                • "Neo-Liberal Democracy: A Contradiction in Terms", by Patrick Clairzier and Joseph Beaudreau, Spectrezine, 15 July 2009. Click here to read article

                • "The Larger Context of Haiti's Earthquake", AGS website, 8 February 2010. Click here to read article

                • "Paths to Development through Trade: EU-Led Trade Liberalization vs South-South Cooperation", in: Socialism and Democracy (Routledge), Volume 25: Issue 2, pp. 64-80. Click here to see article preview

                 

                Patrick Clairzier Publishes Article in "Socialism and Democracy"

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                Laura-Lee Smith USA
                M.A., School of International Relations
                Class of 2009

                quote leftAs citizens of the world community, AGSers share a deep will to improve international state of affairs. This drive for change translates into prescriptive discussion between students and teachers, not simply criticism. I most admire this quality about AGS and know that because we have the will to improve the system, we are the way for change.quote right

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