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Siddharth Chandra

Siddharth Chandra
Ph.D., Economics, Cornell University

Dr. Siddharth Chandra's teaching interests are economics of development and policy choices, quantitative methods and development, the environment and the economy. His research interests include the economics of health, public policy and world politics.
Phone: (517)353-1680, e-mail:chandr45@msu.edu

Ross Emmett

Ross Emmett
Ph.D., Economics, St. John's College, University of Manitoba

Dr. Ross B. Emmett is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Economics as well as a professor in the James Madison College. He has been a visiting professor at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan the Center for the Study of Public Choice at George Mason University and was a Julian Simon Fellow at the Property & Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana in summer 2005. Currently serving as the co-director of the Michigan Center for Innovation & Economic Prosperity, he directs research on the problems Michigan and the Midwest face in revamping their economies to succeed in a global, high-tech world. Ross is a citizen of both the US and Canada, and often uses Canadian comparisons in discussing political economy issues. Prior to coming to Michigan State, he lived in western Canada for more than 20 years.
Phone: (517)432-6139, e-mail:emmettr@msu.edu

Norman Graham

Norman Graham
Ph.D., Columbia University, Political Science

Dr. Graham's interests include international security and economic relations, international organization, Central and Southeastern Europe, and Central and South Asia. He is a Professor of International Relations and Associate Dean at MSU's James Madison College. He also serves as Director of the University's Center for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. His current research focuses on industrial and technology development in the European Union; technology transfer and defense conversion in Europe, Japan, Korea, India, and Russia, the future of Eurasian security, and the political economy of transition in Central Asia and the Caucasus. He is also the coach of the MSU Archery team.
Phone: (517)353-3372, e-mail:grahamn@msu.edu

Grant Littke

Grant Littke
ABD., Political Science, York University

In addition to his interest in issues of experiential learning, Mr. Littke's areas of research and teaching include ethnicity and nationalism, ethnic conflict, conflict and war, Sri Lanka, South Asian regional politics, Middle Eastern conflicts and politics, Vietnam, international organization, peacekeeping, and international political economy.
Phone: (517)353-6757, e-mail:littke@msu.edu

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