Patrick Clairzier

Assistant Professor, Undergraduate Study Abroad Program

Fields of expertise

  • Haitian Politics

  • Neoliberalism

  • Political Economy of Developing Countries

  • Global inequalities


      • M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy, American Graduate School in Paris, France

      • Master in Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiation, Université Paris Sud 11, France

      • B.A. Political Science, Boston College, United States

          Other current posts

          United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Sustainable Consumption and Production Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics: Consultant

          Previous experience

              Financial Services Institutional Marketing:

              • Cambridge Associates LLC, Boston, MA, USA

              • BDirect Capital, Boston, MA, USA

              • John Hancock Funds, Boston, MA, USA

              • Scudder Kemper Funds, Boston, MA

              • Putman Investments, Boston, MA, USA

              Selected publications

                • "Neo-Liberal Democracy: A Contradiction in Terms", by Patrick Clairzier and Joseph Beaudreau, Spectrezine, 15 July 2009. Click here to read article

                • "The Larger Context of Haiti's Earthquake", AGS website, 8 February 2010. Click here to read article

                • "Paths to Development through Trade: EU-Led Trade Liberalization vs South-South Cooperation", in: Socialism and Democracy (Routledge), Volume 25: Issue 2, pp. 64-80. Click here to see article preview


                Patrick Clairzier Publishes Article in "Socialism and Democracy"

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                Danny Padilla Philippines
                M.A., School of International Relations
                Class of 2000

                quote leftThe knowledge I acquired at AGS as well as my inter-personal and diplomatic skills, developed during my AGS days, come in handy today when dealing with different government officials, staff from various UN agencies, and even my colleagues in UNESCO who come from different cultural backgrounds.quote right

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