Political Science would like to extend a warm welcome to Kim-Lee Tuxhorn who will be joining the department effectively July 1st, 2016.
Kim-Lee Tuxhorn - I study international relations with an emphasis in international/comparative political economy and international organizations. My research interests span the issue-areas of trade, monetary policy, and foreign investment. My research projects include institutional and political behavioral work related to economic policy. Generally, I am interested in understanding how states bargain over international economic arrangements. Much of my work seeks to identify which domestic actors influence international bargaining and explain how they affect state decisions regarding bargaining strategies and preferred outcomes. My doctoral research explores how special interest groups influence bargaining delay during international trade talks.
Prior to joining the Department of Political Science at the University of Calgary, I received a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, a Master of International Studies from Seoul National University, and a B.A. from Colorado College.