You are here

Sean Payne

Assistant Professor of Political Economy

Contact Information

Office: 232 McGregor Hall

Phone: 937-319-0117

E-mail: spayne@antiochcollege.edu

Sean Payne, Assistant Professor of Political Economy, received a Ph.D in the Urban and Public Affairs Program at the University of Louisville in 2013 with a concentration in public administration, public policy, and political economy. Payne previously taught political science as an instructor at the University of Louisville, and also taught courses in economics, international relations, and globalization as a teaching assistant for the University of Louisville and the University of Connecticut. He has been published in the third and fourth editions of Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade featuring the following topics: "The Politics of Climate Change: A Consensus for Copenhagen?" and "The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond: The Politics of Climate Change."

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Urban and Public Affairs, University of Louisville, 2013

  • M.A. Political Science, University of Louisville, 2007

  • B.A. Photojournalism, Western Kentucky University, 2003

COURSES

  • PECO 110 Principles of Economics

  • PECO 270 Political Economy Theory

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • 2011. The Politics of Climate Change: A Consensus for Copenhagen? In Ralph G. Carter, Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade, 4th Ed. Co-authored with Rodger A. Payne

  • 2008. The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond: The Politics of Climate Change. In Ralph G. Carter, Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade, 3rd Ed. Co-authored with Rodger A. Payne