The Leitner Political Economy Seminar presents:
Iain Osgood, University of Michigan, “Nowhere to Go: FDI, Terror, and Market-Specific Assets.”
Iain Osgood is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan. Osgood studies international political economy and international relations, with a focus on firms and the politics of trade. His dissertation explored the politics of trade liberalization in industries characterized by significant levels of intra-industry trade and firm heterogeneity in export performance. He is currently working on projects dealing with firm attitudes toward free trade agreements, intra-industry divisions over trade policy, and trade policy-making with divided industries. He graduated from Harvard University with a PhD in Government in 2013.