Kenneth A. Oye
Associate professor of political science
areas of expertise: american foreign policy, international political economy, international relations theory, international environmental policy, international motor vehicle program (imvp), international relations, political economy, science and technology policy
Kenneth A. Oye is associate professor of political science at MIT. He served two terms as director of the MIT Center for International Studies (1992-2000), and is now forming a Political Economy and Technology Policy Program within the center.
He has published six books, including Cooperation Under Anarchy, Economic Discrimination and Political Exchange and Eagle in a New World, and numerous shorter pieces in international relations, political economy, and science and technology policy.
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