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PhD (MIT, 2001), MA (Toronto, 1992), BA (Toronto, 1991). Before joining Laurier in 2004 I was a postdoctoral fellow in political theory at Brown University.
My interests are in political theory. My research explores problems of rationality, the structure and properties of attractive normative theories, and questions of justice and legitimacy in urban and global governance.
I am available to supervise graduate students interested in political theories of justice, democratic theory, decision and game theory, and moral issues in urbanization, economic development, and global politics.
I occasionally have undergraduate research positions available, for which statistical and programming skills are sometimes desirable.
Office location: DAWB 4-130
Wednesdays, 11 a.m to noon (or by appointment).
Languages spoken: English
Personal website at academia.edu
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