Christina Fattore

Associate Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University

Professor Fattore’s research focuses on international relations, focusing international trade and development. She teaches courses on international political economy, international organization, gender and international relations, and international theory. Her recent research focuses on international trade dispute behavior as well as constraints on foreign direct investment in the US and its territories. Her research as appeared in the Journal of World Trade, International Studies Review, and The Latin Americanist, among others. For more information about Professor Fattore, please see her personal website.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University