University of Michigan
Iain Osgood is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan. His research examines the role of special interests in the politics of trade, foreign investment, and climate change. His work has particularly focused on how firms’ complex patterns of engagement with global markets shape their attitudes and political activity around economic regulation. Iain is currently working on projects examining progressive opponents of trade in the United States; the strategic interaction of multinational firms and terror groups; and identifying clusters of development strategies among countries engaging with global markets. His recent work appears in American Journal of Political Science, Review of International Organizations, Economics & Politics and Business & Politics.
Jared Cory, Michael Lerner, & Iain Osgood. Forthcoming. “Supply Chain Linkages and the Extended Carbon Coalition,” American Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming).
Leonardo Baccini, Iain Osgood, & Stephen Weymouth. 2019. “The Service Economy: U.S. Trade Coalitions in an Era of Deindustrialization,” Review of International Organizations (June 2019).