Laura E. Seay
Assistant Professor of Government
MA in African Studies, Yale University (2002)
BA in International Studies, Baylor University (2000)
Areas of Expertise
- African politics
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Fragile states
- Central Africa
Other Courses Taught
|GO 491H||Independent Study: STATA Lab|
|GO 397A||Resource Politics|
|GO 281A||Concepts & Methods in Political Science Research|
"What's Wrong with Dodd-Frank 1502? Conflict Minerals, Civilian Livelihoods, and the Unintended Consequences of Western Advocacy." Center for Global Development, Working Paper 284 (2012).
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