Kenneth Thomas Stiller

Mr Kenneth Thomas Stiller

Research topic:
International Trade
Email:
kenneth.stiller@politics.ox.ac.uk

Research Themes:
International cooperation Constitutions, Institutions and Governments Institutions and organisations International organisations Political economy and international political economy 

Academic Profile

Kenneth Thomas Stiller is a MPhil candidate in International Relations and Adam-von-Trott Scholar at Mansfield College. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Mannheim and was on academic exchange at the National University of Singapore. Kenneth focused on political economy and foreign aid. The dynamics of foreign aid disbursements by the European Union and its member states have been the subject of his undergraduate thesis. At Oxford, he seeks to focus on quantitative methods and political economy, particularly on the dynamics of international trade and regional integration.

Kenneth gained practical experience completing internships with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, a consulting firm, the German Federal Foreign Office and the United Nations Development Programme. Moreover, he volunteered for charities in Madagascar and Argentina and participated in an election observation mission to Ukraine. During his undergraduate studies, he worked at the University of Mannheim's Chair of Comparative Government.

Publications

Stiller, K. T. 2017. ASEAN Economic Community: Redefining the Concept of Regional Integration. Georgetown Public Policy Review, 22(1).

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