Erin Hannah is Associate Professor of Political Science at King’s University College at Western University. She is an international political economist specializing in global governance, trade, sustainable development, poverty and inequality, global civil society, and European Union trade politics. She has published articles in Journal of International Economic Law, Journal of Civil Society, Journal of World Trade, Politics, and Third World Quarterly. Her books, NGOs and Global Trade and Expert Knowledge in Global Trade (edited with James Scott and Silke Trommer), are forthcoming in 2015 with the Routledge Global Institutions Series.
For 2014-2015, Erin is on sabbatical and collaborating with James Scott (King’s College, London) on their SSHRC and British Academy funded project, Power, Knowledge and Resistance: The Transformative Potential of IGOs and NGOs in Global Trade Governance.