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Wolf Latsch is Director of Academic Services and Director of the International Studies Undergraduate Program. He has taught economics and international studies at UW since 2003. Before his move to UW he was visiting assistant professor of economics at Northwestern University (2001-2003) and lecturer in economics at Trinity College, University of Oxford (1997-2000). His research interests include development economics, political economy, and economic history, particularly of sub-Saharan Africa. He is also an affiliate senior lecturer in the Jackson School.
- University of Oxford, D.Phil. in Economics, 2000
- Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Advanced Studies Certificate, 1992
- University of Oxford, M.Sc. in Development Economics, 1991
- University of Sussex, B.A. (Hons) in Economics, 1990
- JSIS 498 Advanced Readings
- JSIS 498 Global Poverty: Can you Help? Should You Help?
- JSIS 498 Readings in International Studies: Anarchy, Order, and the World in 2015
- JSIS B 330 International Political Economy
- JSIS B 331 Political Economy of Development
- JSIS B 332 Political Economy of International Trade and Finance