Faculty & Research


We bring together diverse faculty from all around the world with regional and subject matter expertise across all facets of international relations studies.

Faculty

Jenny ikuta
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JENNY IKUTA

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Ph.D in Political Theory, Brown University, M.A. in Political Science, Brown University, B.A. with Honors in Political Science, University of Chicago.Jennie Ikuta is the 2014-2015 IE-Brown International Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow. Her research interests include the History of political thought (especially 17th-19th century political thought); religion and politics; democratic theory; social contract theory; political agency; virtue; Aristotle; Augustine; Rousseau; Mill; Nietzsche; Arendt.
GAYLE ALLARD
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GAYLE ALLARD

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PhD in Economics, University of California at Davis, USA.MAIA in International Affairs, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, USA.MA in Hispanic Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA.Professor of Economic Environment and Country Analysis, IE Business School.Economist, JP Morgan, Madrid, Spain, 1996 to 1998.Research Economist, The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1990-2007.
HAIZAM AMIRAH-FERNÁNDEZ
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HAIZAM AMIRAH-FERNÁNDEZ

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Senior Analyst for the Mediterranean and the Arab World at the Real Instituto Elcano and Associate Professor at IE.MA in Arab Studies on a Fulbright scholarship from Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies.He specializes in international relations, political Islam, and transitions to democracy in the Arab world.He has worked for the United Nations in New York and for Human Rights Watch in Washington DC. He is a frequent commentator in the Spanish and international media.
MARCO CASERTA
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MARCO CASERTA

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PhD in Operations Research, University of Illinois, USA.Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods, Operations & Technology Area, IE Business School.
MARIO ESTEBAN RODRÍGUEZ
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MARIO ESTEBAN RODRÍGUEZ

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Ph. D. in Political Science, Autonomous University of Madrid.M.SC. in Asian Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies.Professor at the Centre for East Asian Studies, Autonomous University of Madrid.
MARK ESPOSITO
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MARK ESPOSITO

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Post Doctoral Education, Harvard Business School, USA.PhD in International Management, focus on Organizational Theory and Strategy, International School of Management,France/USA.MBA in Organizational Theory, Columbia Southern University, USA.Adjunct Professor at IE Business School.
PATRICIA GABALDÓN
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PATRICIA GABALDÓN

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PhD in Economics, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain.MsC in Leisure Management, Deusto University.Head of the Research Office at IE Business School.Professor of Economic Environment at IE Business School.
GONZALO GARLAND
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GONZALO GARLAND

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Professor of Economic Environment, IE Business School, 1994 to present.Professor of Business in Emerging Markets, IE Business School, 1994 to present.Director of External Relations, IE Business School, 2004 to present.Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, University of Pennsylvania.MA in Economics, Stanford University.
MARIE JOSE GAROT
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MARIE JOSE GAROT

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Academic BackgroundPhD in Law, European University Institute (Florence, Italy), with a thesis on “Citizenship in the EU”, 1997. Master in PoliticalSciences, University of Paris II, Panthéon-Assas (France). Law Degree, University of Rennes (France).Research and Teaching ExperienceProfessor of European Law, IE Law School.Professor of Chinese Law, IE Law School.Director of the Center for European Studies/IE.Adjunct professor, Department of Public and State Law, Carlos III University (Madrid).Adjunct Professor of International and European Institutions, University of Toulouse-le-Mirail (France).
RACHIDA JUSTO
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RACHIDA JUSTO

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Academic BackgoundPh.D. in Economics and Development, Cum Laude, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.Entrepreneurship Teacher’s Program, Harvard Business School, USA.BA in Business Administration, with honors, IHEC University, Tunisia.Teaching and Professional ExperienceProfessor of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship, IE Business School (2006-present).Associate Director, Associate Dean Office, IE Business School (2003-2007).Research Member of the GEM Project -Global Entrepreneurship Monitor- (2002-present).
DAVID MOSHFEGH
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DAVID MOSHFEGH

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David Moshfegh is the 2012-2013 IE-Berkeley International Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow.Ph.D. in History, University of California, Berkeley (US), B.A. in History and Philosophy, Stanford University (US).Former visiting instructor in U.C. Davis’s History Department, where he taught a course on the history of Jews in Muslimsocieties.
WAYA QUIVIGER
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WAYA QUIVIGER

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Waya Quiviger is Executive Director of the Master in International Relations at IE School of International Relations and Director of Special Projects in the Social Impact Management Department at IE Business School. Prior to joining IE, Ms. Quiviger was Director of Participant Relations at Club de Madrid, as well as Project Director for the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society in Madrid. She also worked for the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland, as Manager of the Global Leaders for Tomorrow (GLTs) WEF community. Waya Quiviger holds an M.Sc. in Politics of the World Economy from the London School of Economics (LSE), a Master in International Management from the Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) and a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University (CA). Ms. Quiviger teaches International Organizations and International Affairs in the Master in International Relations and the Bachelor in International Relations as well as various workshops and seminars on social entrepreneurship, social innovation, and design thinking in the International MBA, Master in Management, and Master in Finance. Her research interests include social innovation, social entrepreneurship and international relations.

Research

IE School of International Relations is committed to excellence in research and innovation, striving towards becoming an international reference in knowledge creation in international affairs. The work of IE’s academic and research staff has resulted in published research projects in the form of books, academic and journal articles, case studies and working papers.

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