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Interdisciplinary Workshop in Comparative Politics (IWCP) pres.

Interdisciplinary Workshop in Comparative Politics (IWCP)

Htet Thiha Zaw (U-M Political Science); How to Repel a Rebel: State Presence in Colonial Burma

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Htet Thiha Zaw
Htet Thiha Zaw is a doctoral student in Political Science at the University of Michigan. His research interest lies in political economy of development. He is particularly interested in how the provision of public goods, particularly education, interacts with state building and political behavior in developing countries. Before coming to Michigan, he contributed to research projects on education policies in Syria, Iraq, Indonesia, and Myanmar (Burma).

The Interdisciplinary Workshop in Comparative Politics (IWCP) provides a platform for sharing and improving research that provides comparative perspectives on the causes and effects of political and economic processes. We have participants from Economics, the Ford School of Public Policy, the Law School, the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, Mathematics, Political Science, the Ross School of Business, Sociology, Statistics, and the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies.
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Htet Thiha Zaw

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