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Ruth Ben-Artzi

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Photo of faculty memberAssociate Professor

Contact Information:

rbenartz@providence.edu
401-865-2840
Howley Hall 306

Education:

Ph.D. - Columbia University

Brief Biography:

Ruth Ben-Artzi is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Providence College, Rhode Island. Professor Ben-Artzi has been a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania's Browne Center for International Politics and a visiting fellow at Sciences-Po, Paris. She has worked as a researcher at the OECD Development Centre, and she holds a PhD from Columbia University, New York and an AB from the University of Haifa, Israel.

Area(s) of Expertise:

International Relations, International Political Economy, Development and Aid, Middle East

Awards and Honors:

Visiting Fellow - Sciences-Po/CERI
Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar - Providence College
Summer Scholar - Providence College
CAFR - Providence College
Faculty Seminar on Student Engagement - Providence College

Selected Publications:

Ben-Artzi, Ruth. (2016). Regional Development Banks in Comparison: Banking Strategies versus Development Goals. Cambridge University Press.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., Cristal, Moty ., Kopelman, Shirli . (2015). Conceptualizing Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution as Distinct Negotiation Processes in the Context of the Enduring Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research8 (1) Wiley.

Recent Presentations:

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., Pardee School, Global Policy Program, Boston University, "Regional Development Banks in Comparison: Banking Strategies versus Development Goals". February, 2017.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., Political Economy of International Organizations (PEIO), Bern, Switzerland, "IOs and Peer Pressure: An Examination of the Development Assistance Committee". January, 2017.

Ben-Artzi, Ruth., Workshop on Institutionalized Inequalities, European Workshops in International Studies, Tübingen, Germany, "Peer Pressure as Soft Power: The Case of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC)". April, 2016.

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, "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 ". August, 2011.

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


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