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Ruth Ben-Artzi

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:
Howley Hall 310


Ph.D. - Columbia University

Area(s) of Expertise:

International Relations, Political Economy, Middle East

Recent Presentations:

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, "Ios and Peer Pressure: An Examination of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC)". April, 2013.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)/ The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) , London, United Kingdom, "Peer Pressure as Soft Power: The Case of the Development Assistance; Discussant: Cooperation or Competition: the EU, the DAC, and the Global Agenda on Development". December, 2012.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, "Paper: Bilateral Aid Revisited: The Peer Review Mechanisms of the Development Assistance; Session: Contending Social Mechanisms in International Politics; Discussant: The Politics of International Financial Institutions". August, 2011.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA, "Aid or Hype: Are Philanthropic and Non‐Governmental". February, 2010.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., International Political Economy Society, College Station, TX, "Preferences, Variance, and Politics of Multiple Lenders: The Case of Brazil". November, 2009.

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