Lilian Yaffe, Ph.D.
Dr. Yaffe is the Director of Graduate Studies in the Program of International Studies. She holds a PhD in International Studies from the University of Miami and an MA in Latin American Economic Development from Andalucia International University in Spain. Dr. Yaffe currently teaches Global Economics, Comparative Politics and Latin American Political Economy. She is originally from Colombia and her research interests include violent conflict and civil wars, focusing on their effects over economic development.
“Colombia, Prospects for Peace in the 21st Century: Past Failures, Present Challenges and Future Opportunities”. In “Re-conceptualizing Security in the Western Hemisphere in the 21st Century”, edited by Bagley, Kassab & Rosen. (Forthcoming 2014)
"Conflicto Armado en Colombia: Análisis de las Causas Económicas, Sociales e Institucionales de la Oposición Violenta". Published by Revista CS in July-December 2011. http://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/revista_cs/article/view/1133/1496
• Advanced Seminar in Comparative Politics I and II (INS 630; INS 641)
• Advanced Seminar in Methods (INS 611)
• Global Economics Honors (INS 102)
• Latin American Economy (LAS 340)