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.
comparative politics, political economy, S. Asian politics, Latin American politics,
democracy & democratization
comparative political economy, subnational governance under globalization, politics
of India, politics of Latin America
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of the faculty member or discipline.
- Jepsen, Eric, Sennes, Ricardo, and . La Politica Industrial de Mexico y Brasil: Demanda Externa vs Demanda Interna. In La Integracion de Politicas Publicas para el Desarrollo, edited by Mariana Magaldi de Sousa and Claudia Maldonado Trujillo, 361-425. Mexico City, DF: CIDE, 2015.
- Jepsen, Eric, and Hecock, Douglas. The Political Economy of FDI in Latin America 1986-2006: A Sector-Specific Approach, 426-447. Vol. 49, Iss. 4. STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 2014.
- Hecock, Douglas, and Jepsen, Eric. Running Hot and Cold: Economic Liberalization and Foreign Direct Investment by Sector
in Latin America, 238-250. Vol. 4, Iss. 2. Latin American Policy, 2013.
- Hecock, Douglas, and Jepsen, Eric. Should Countries Engage in a Race to the Bottom? The Effect of Social Spending on
FDI, 156-164. Vol. 44, Iss. April 2013. World Development, 2013.
- Jepsen, Eric. U.S. and Venezuelan Relations. In Handbook of U.S.--Latin America Relations, 14. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press/Sage Publications, 2011.
- Jepsen, Eric. United States Economic Investments in Latin America. In Handbook of U.S.--Latin America Relations, 14. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press/Sage Publications, 2011.
- Jepsen, Eric. Processes of Democratization. In 21st Century Political Science, edited by John T. Ishiyama, Marijke Breuning, 275-285. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2010.
- Jepsen, Eric. The Politics of Subnational Industrial Promotion in India. In Public Governance in Asia and the Limits of Electoral Democracy, edited by Brian Bridges & Lok Sang, 89-114. Northhampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elger Press, 2010.
- Enterline, Andrew J., and Jepsen, Eric. Chinazambia & Boliviafranca: A Simulation of Domestic Politics & Foreign Policy, 49-59. Vol. 10, Iss. 1. International Studies Perspectives, 2009.
- Godt, Susan, Jepsen, Eric, and . An Assessment of Tobacco Contol in Malawi: ATSA Grant Report, 22. Toronto: ATSA Tobacco Control Program, 2009.
- Jepsen, Eric. Puerto Rico. In Political encyclopedia of the U.S. states and regions, edited by Donald P. Haider-Markel, general editor, 657-662. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2008.
- Jepsen, Eric. The 2008 U.S. Elections and Implications for U.S.-South Asian Relations. Edited by Dr. G. Gopa Kumar, 1-16. Vol. 1, Iss. 2. Trivandrum, Kerala: Journal of Polity & Society , 2008.
- Jepsen, Eric. La política industrial de Mexico y Brasil: ¿demanda externa vs demanda interna?. In The Politics of Economic Policy in Brazil and Mexico..