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NINA OBERMEIER

FIELDS

International political economy; comparative political economy; global economic governance; regionalism; public opinion

EDUCATION

PhD candidate, Department of Government Cornell University

Major: International Relations; Minor: Comparative Politics

MPhil in International Relations (merit), University of Oxford, 2015

BA in International Relations, University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada, 2011

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

“‘Countries Don’t Go Bankrupt’: Sovereign Debt Crises and Perceptions of Sovereignty in an Era of Globalization.” GEG Working Paper 2016/121. September 2016.
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Review of The Ethics of Immigration, by Joseph Carens. St Antony’s International Review 10.1 (May 2014): 129-130.

WORKING PAPERS

“Globalization by the rules: Attitudes towards economic integration in the wake of the eurozone crisis”

“Sacrificing sovereignty for security? The resilience of popular support for a common EU security and defense policy”

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

The Political Economy of International Organizations Conference, February 2018

International Studies Association Annual Meeting, April 2018

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Officer, Global Economic Governance Programme, University of Oxford, 2015 – 2016

Research Assistant, Department of Politics & International Relations, University of Oxford, 2015

Research and communications intern, Terre des hommes, Moldova, 2015

Research and outreach intern, Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations, Mumbai, 2014

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant, “Introduction to Comparative Politics,” Spring 2018 (for Nicolas van de Walle)

Teaching Assistant, “America, Business & International Political Economy,” Fall 2017 (for Peter Katzenstein)

AWARDS

Sage Fellowship, Cornell University (2016-2017)

Trek Excellence Scholarship for Continuing Students, UBC (2009-2010)

Hugh M Brock Education Abroad Scholarship, UBC (2009-2010)

Dean’s List, UBC (2008-2009)

President’s Entrance Scholarship, UBC (2007)

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Software skills: Stata, R, LaTeX

Languages: English (native speaker); German (fluent); French (proficient)