Alison Post

Alison Post

Title
Associate Professor
Department
Dept of Political Science
Phone
510 642-1434
Research Expertise and Interest
regulation, infrastructure, water and sanitation, urban politics, urban politics and policy, comparative political economy
Research Description

Alison Post studies comparative political economy, focusing on the politics of urban and regional development. In particular, her research examines the politics of regulating urban infrastructure and utilities investment in Latin America and South Asia.

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