IU experts are ready to talk about Russia’s war in Ukraine
Kyle J. AndersonKelley School of Business
Economy, e-commerce, industrial organization, online pricing, sports economics.
Vivek AstvanshKelley School of Business
Machine learning, artificial intelligence, innovation, customer service, chatbot, supply chain, gender diversity, cultural diversity, innovation, social media, news media, branding, environmental pollution (climate change), compliance, public policy, corporate grammar, corporate social responsibility, analytics, advertising, political risk, short-selling.
Pierre AtlasO’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
U.S. foreign policy, Middle East politics, Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict, civil wars and ethnic conflicts, terrorism, U.S. and Canada, gun culture and politics of gun control.
Andrew BellHamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies/Department of International Studies
International security, international law, the law of armed conflict, urban warfare, humanitarian intervention, ethics in war.
László BorhiDepartment of Central Eurasian Studies
History and theory of international politics; East Central Europe in international politics; Soviet-American rivalry in East Central Europe in the Cold War; totalitarianism in East Central Europe; modern and contemporary Hungary.
David BoscoHamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies / Department of International Studies
International governance, international law, the International Criminal Court, the United Nations.
R. Andrew ButtersKelley School of Business
Industrial organization, applied econometrics, productivity, market integration.
Michael De GrootHamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies
Russian and U.S. foreign policy, European political economy and security, energy geopolitics, 20th-century international history, the Cold War.
William Foley Jr.O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
United States and United Kingdom national security, homeland security, homeland defense, emergency management and public safety.
Emma GilliganHamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies/Department of International Studies
Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Africa, Cambodia.
Betsi GrabeThe Media School
Media and elections, media and gender/race/socioeconomic status, media and democracy, media images, information processing, politics and media, journalism, media literacy, media and society.
Andreas HauskrechtKelley School of Business
International economics and finance, money, banking, Vietnam.
Padraic KenneyCollege of Arts and Sciences/Department of History
Eastern Europe, Poland, democratic revolutions/civil resistance, political imprisonment, international education.
Robert KravchukO’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Public finance, macro-budgeting, public debt markets, U.S. Defense Department Procurement Management, political economy of reform in formerly socialist countries.
Olena MazurenkoRichard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health
Health policy and management; pain care and consumerism in health care.
Arkadiusz MironkoSchool of Business and Economics
Management, consulting, foreign direct investment, entrepreneurship.
Elaine MonaghanThe Media School
Media ethics, journalism, foreign correspondence, Europe (particularly Russia and Belarus, Northern Ireland, Scotland)
Una OsiliLilly Family School of Philanthropy
Philanthropy, charitable giving, donations, contributions, giving, economics, economics and philanthropy, economy and giving, international philanthropy, immigrants and remittances, tax policy and giving, tax policy and charitable contributions, diversity and philanthropy, diversity and giving, African American philanthropy, black philanthropy, wealth and philanthropy, high-net-worth philanthropy, technology and philanthropy, crowdsourcing, online giving, international development, social innovation, cross-sector initiatives, financial development, African philanthropy, generosity, Philanthropy Panel Study, trends in giving, impact investing.
Scott PeggDepartment of Political Science
International relations, foreign policy, African politics, de facto states, oil, natural resource wealth management.
Sarah PhillipsRussian and East European Institute
Central and Eastern Europe, particularly the former Soviet Union (Ukraine and Russia), postsocialist transformations, civil society and non-governmental organizations, globalization, development and gender studies, post-Chernobyl health and healing, folk medicine, disability studies, HIV/AIDS and addiction.
Robert PotterThe Media School
Media, radio, music, television, advertising, podcasting, mobile apps, sound in media, emotional response to media, media industry, social media, biometrics, social neuroscience, psychophysiology, heart rate, GSR, eyetracking.
Phil PowellKelley School of Business
Business strategy and economic development in emerging markets, U.S. economic policy, industry dynamics of higher education, job markets, talent shortage.
Kristoffer ReesDepartment of Political Science
Central Asian politics, politics of the former Soviet Union, nationalism and identity politics, democratization, authoritarianism.
Scott ShackelfordKelley School of Business / Cybersecurity Program / Ostrom Workshop
Cybersecurity, internet governance, sustainable development, blockchain.
Regina SmythDepartment of Political Science
Russian politics, Russian society, U.S.-Russia relations, protest and elections.
Tim WatersMaurer School of Law
Nikolaos ZirogiannisO’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Applied econometrics, time series, environmental and natural resource economics, environmental policy.