College of Arts & Sciences Political Science

Eric Jepsen

Eric Jepsen
Associate Professor
Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences
UD Dakota Hall 112
Phone: 605-677-8873
Bio:
Eric Jepsen, associate professor, received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of New Mexico in 2006. His teaching and research interests include comparative politics, international relations, political economy, democratization, globalization, Latin American politics and South Asian politics. His research on sub-national economic development in India and Mexico has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the Social Science Research Council, and he received a Fulbright to India in 2002. He has previously taught at the University of New Mexico and the University of Vermont.
Teaching Interests:
comparative politics, political economy, S. Asian politics, Latin American politics, democracy & democratization
Research Interests:
comparative political economy, subnational governance under globalization, politics of India, politics of Latin America
Education:
  • Ph D, Political Science, The University of New Mexico, 2006
  • MA, Political Science, The University of New Mexico, 1996
  • BA, Political Science, Texas Lutheran University, 1994