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Samer Abboud

Dr. Abboud began teaching at Arcadia in Autumn 2010. He received his Ph.D. in Arab and Islamic Studies from the University of Exeter’s Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies in 2007 where he conducted research on the political economy of marketization in Syria. In his research and teaching, he explores questions of political economy, migration/mobility, and citizenship, particularly within the context of the non-Western world. Dr. Abboud has published in Arab Studies Quarterly, New Political Science, and Review of Middle East Studies, as well as in several edited collections. He has also written on Syria’s political economy, publishing two monographs on Syrian Trade Policy and Marketization in Syria. Dr. Abboud also serves as a Fellow at the Center for Syrian Studies in St. Andrew’s, Scotland, and as Managing Editor of the International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies.

Keywords:  political economy, migration, mobility, citizenship, Syria, Arab studies, Islamic studies

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