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Athanasios Mihalakas

Title: Assistant Professor

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Classes Taught

  • International Business Environment
  • Business, Government, and Society
  • International Business Seminar

Education

  • LLM     2005    Merit, on Law and Development
                            University College London, London, United Kingdom
    JD       2001    International Trade Law 
                           University of Pittsburgh School of Law,  Pittsburgh, PA
  • BS      1998    Economics and Finance 
                           University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Certifications

  • 2005  Program for Law Teachers
  • 2001  International Law
  • 2001  Western European Studies

Research Interests

        The role of international trade and regional economic integration in promoting economic growth 
        in developing countries. Also, Federalism and how systems of governance impact e economic
        growth and development.

Awards and Distinctions:

Publications

  • Intra-African Trade – A Renewed Urgency for Further Regional Integration by the AU. Diplomatic Courier, (January 16, 2012).
  • A League of Nations in Transition – Regional Integration for the Arab Spring. Diplomatic Courier, (January 16, 2012).
  • Institutionalizing Diversity in the Arab Spring. Diplomatic Courier, (November 22, 2011).
  • APEC and the TPP: The Best Way to Deal with China's Undervalued Currency. Diplomatic Courier, (November 13, 2011).
  • A Fall of Discontent for U.S.-China Trade Relations. Diplomatic Courier, (October 27, 2011).
  • A Constitutional Convention for Tunisia and the Arab Spring. Diplomatic Courier, (October 5, 2011).
  • A Trade Agenda for the Arab Spring. Diplomatic Courier, (September 7, 2011).
  • A Trade Agenda for the 'Arab Spring'. International Business & Diplomatic Exchange Magazine (IBDE), (Issue 5, October 2011).
  • Arab Reform – Transplanting Federalism to the MENA Nations. International Business & Diplomatic Exchange Magazine (IBDE), (Issue 4, June 2011).
  • China's Investments in Europe – To Save or Not to Save the Euro? International Business & Diplomatic Exchange Magazine (IBDE), (Issue 3, March 2011).
  • China's Investments in Greece – Creating Economic Opportunities for both Nations. International Business & Diplomatic Exchange Magazine (IBDE), (Issue 3, March 2011).

Contact Information:
e-mail: amihalak@brockport.edu
office phone: (585) 395-2052
website: http://federalismproject.com/
office location: 111B Hartwell Hall

 

 

Last Updated 1/29/14

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