Paper presented at Immiserizing Growth: A Workshop. Cornell University, the University of Toronto, and Trent University, May 26-27, 2017, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto. Click here.
Interview February 23 with CTV news on the meeting in Mexico City between Mexican officials and Rex Tillerson, the U.S. Secretary of State, and the US Secretary of Homeland Security, John Kelly.
My interview with Jacqueline Hansen regarding President Trumps's trade policies with Mexico. Saturday January 28th.
In studio television interview regarding US - Mexico relations under President Trump. Sunday January 29th.
This Saturday, January 28th at 9am EST, I will speak in studio with host Brad Giffen regarding ties between the U.S. and Mexico under newly elected President Donald Trump.
I was interviewed earlier today on CBC Radio regarding Trump's policies towards Mexico. Here is the written article based on that interview, along with an edited version of the audio.
I gave an interview to CBC Radio about the impact of the Trump presidency on Mexico and Cuba.
This interview will be aired both Saturday (Jan 20th) and Sunday (Jan 22nd) at 6.00am, 7.00am and 8.00am on CBC radio (Ontario), World Report.
I will be speaking on the “The Future of Politics: Global Crisis and the Potential for Change,” Wednesday, Feb. 1, 6.30-9 pm, at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. See attached flyer for details.
My November 25 talk on The Politics of Inclusive Development. Policy, State Capacity and Coalition Building. Latin American Studies Program, University of Toronto.
Issues touched upon include the future of Trans-Pacific Partnership under the U.S.'s President elect Donald Trump.
Tomorrow, Saturday Nov 19th at 10am, I will be interviewed about Justin Trudeau's trip to Argentina, and Canada's future ties with the nation.
The interview will rebroadcast at 11am, in case you miss it.
I will be giving a seminar presentation on my latest book (The Politics of Inclusive Development: Policy. State Capacity, and Coalition Building).
University of Toronto, Latin American Studies Program.
Jackman Humanities Building (the main ground floor lecture hall), Room 100.
170 St. George St. (corner of Bloor).
When: Friday, November 25, 1-3 pm.
I will be giving a seminar presentation on my latest book (The Politics of Inclusive Development: Policy. State Capacity, and Coalition Building) this week.
Where: University of Toronto at Scarborough, The Centre for Critical Development Studies, 1265 Military Trail, Social Science Building, Room #324 (Social Science building).
When: Wednesday, September 28th, 5-7pm.
Campus Map. The Social Science Building is labelled as MW.
Interview by Ryan Jespersen
"Brazil's First Female President Impeached"
The Politics of Inclusive Development investigates the political conditions and policies most likely to bring about progress toward inclusive development, drawing on in-depth analyses of four cases studies with distinct development trajectories (Mexico, Indonesia, Chile and South Korea). While exclusion and differential inclusion have long been features of development in the Global South, economic globalization has introduced new forms with which Global South countries must grapple.
Judith Teichman spoke about her latest book, The Politics of Inclusive Development. Policy, State Capacity and Coalition Building, at an event sponsored by CERLAC, the Department of Political Science, and the Graduate Program in Development Studies, York University.