Vice Dean and Powers Term Professor in International Business
Areas of interest
- Democratisation and economic liberalisation in emerging markets
- Origins and consequences of globalisation
Professor Dennis Quinn specializes in international business, political economy, and public policy. His current research focuses on democratization and economic liberalization in emerging markets, the origins and consequences of international financial liberalization, the impact of trade on U.S. elections, globalization, and international political economy. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in business, international affairs, and public policy. Prof. Quinn is the co-director of the Master’s in International Business and Policy, and a joint degree between Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. He is a researcher within the Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy (CITP.