Human Rights & International Law
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Faculty and Research
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of International Justice and Human Rights
Co-director, Laboratory on International Law and Regulation
Research Fields: international law and regulation, human rights, election violence, trade and investment, behavioral economics, political psychology, and social networks
Research Fields: racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, immigration, election administration, voting rights, American politics, political behavior
Professor; Co-director, Laboratory on International Law and Regulation; Center for Global Transformation Endowed Chair in Innovation and Public Policy
Research Fields: human rights, international law, energy policy, climate change policy
Research Fields: international security, civil wars, terrorism/counter-terrorism
Examining central questions about economic growth, equality and market change in the Pacific, this center brings together the worlds of academic inquiry and policy analysis.
Facilitating innovative research on the causes of international conflict and cooperation, this institute serves the entire UC system and is committed to educating the next generation of problem solvers and peacemakers.
Exploring when and why laws actually work, this living laboratory looks across an array of issues from environment and energy to human rights,