School of International Service
- Fuller joins the International Economic Relations program from Johns Hopkins SAIS, where he specialized in international political economy, comparative politics, and European studies. His dissertation, entitled “Destructive Creation: Unintended Consequences of the Rise of Finance,” contrasts the post-1980s development of financial markets in Britain and France. He has also published on issues related to European macroeconomic governance. He also has a long teaching background, both in Economics at SAIS, and in English in the Czech Republic, Poland, Spain, Azerbaijan, the United Kingdom, and Italy.
Favorite Spot on Campus:The Davenport Coffee Lounge at SIS
Book Currently Reading:Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea,” by Mark Blythe
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