Erin Graham, PhD
Office: 3025 MacAlister
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- PhD, Political Science, Ohio State University, 2011
- BA, Political Science and International Relations, Boston University, 2003
Erin Graham is an Assistant Professor of Politics specializing in International Relations. Before coming to Drexel she held the position of Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University and received her PhD from The Ohio State University in 2011. Her research theorizes issues related to the design and performance of international organizations (IOs) and focuses empirically on human security broadly defined, with an emphasis on climate change and global health issues. Other interests include international relations theory and questions of IO accountability and legitimacy. She is also currently involved in projects related to global climate finance and domestic and international policy diffusion.
- 2015. “Money and Multilateralism: How Funding Rules Constitute IO Governance.” International Theory. 7(1).