Office — Juan Valdez Café on F Street (see syllabus)
Office Hours — Wednesday, 12:30pm- 2:30pm
E-mail — email@example.com
Areas of Expertise —
China and comparative politics
Major — Comparative Politics
Minor — International Relations
MIPA from University of Wisconsin-Madison, BS from Seton Hall University
Allison is interested in researching ethnic politics with regard to the Uyghur ethnic minority in China. She spent fourteen months studying Mandarin Chinese and modern political history in China on a Fulbright Fellowship. As a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she co-authored a policy analysis on the effectiveness of market-based mechanisms to reduce pollution in mainland China. Allison speaks Mandarin Chinese and Spanish and knows basic Uyghur.
Market-Based Instruments with Chinese Characteristics: the Feasibility of Cap-and-Trade Implementation to Reduce SO2 Emissions in China and the Role of the US EPA, 2007. La Follette School Workshop Reports, University of Wisconsin-Madison.