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Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate ProgramsAreas of Research: Ethnicity and Nationalism, International Relations, International Relations Theory, International Security, and South Asia
Associate Professor; Director, Biodefense Graduate ProgramsAreas of Research: Biodefense, Foreign Policy, Global Health Security, International Relations, International Security, Middle East, Security Policy, South Asia, Terrorism
Professor of Public Policy
Co-Director, Center for Micro-Economic Policy Research (CMEPR)Areas of Research: Economic Growth, International Economic Development, Human Capital, Foreign Direct Investment, International Trade and Global Labor Markets.
Professor of Public PolicyAreas of Research: China, Complex Systems, Economic History, International Economic Development, International Economic Policy, International Relations, Institutions, Political Economy, South Asia U.S. Global Engagement
Professor; Director, Organization Development and Knowledge Management ProgramAreas of Research: Appreciative Intelligence, Appreciative Inquiry and Innovation; Change Management and Organizational Development; Entrepreneurship; Gender; Industrial Organization; Leadership; Knowledge Management; Nonprofit Management; Organizations; Public Administration; Public Management; Race and Ethnicity; South Asia
Professor, Associate Dean Schar School Program FacultiesAreas of Research: East Asia, Foreign Policy, International Development, Political Economy of East Asia, International Relations, International Relations Theory, Political Economy, Political Economy of Security, Sino-Japanese Relations
Assistant ProfessorKetian Vivian Zhang is an assistant professor of international security in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. She studies rising powers, coercion, economic statecraft, and maritime disputes in international relations and social movements in comparative politics, with a regional focus on China and East Asia.