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 Christopher Robert Way
 Associate Professor of Government
 Cornell University

Academic Background

        University of California, Berkeley
        B.A., Political Science, June 1990, Summa Cum Laude.

        Stanford University
        M.A., Political Science, June 1993.

        Stanford University
        Ph.D., Political Science, September 1998.
        Dissertation: "Manchester Revisited: A Theoretical and Empirical Evaluation of Commercial Liberalism"

Research and Publications

Work in Progress


Teaching and Advising

         Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award. Awarded by the College of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University, 2006.

         Robert A. and Donna B. Paul Award for Excellence in Advising. Awarded by the College of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University, 2002.

         Centennial Teaching Assistant Award for the academic year 1993-1994. Awarded by the Faculty of the School of Humanities and Sciences and Department of Political Science, Stanford University.

        Courses Taught at Cornell University:


                            Government 100:  First Year Writing Seminar. "The Origins of War."

                                  Government 227: The Atomic Age

                                  Government 338: Comparative Political Economy

                                  Government 386: Causes of War

                                  Government 400: Senior Seminar: "Democracies in the International System."


                            Government 605: The Comparative Method in International and Comparative Politics

                                  Government 606: Field Seminar in International Relations

                                  Government 656: Comparative Political Economy

                                  Government 685: International Political Economy

                                  Government 689: International Security

                                  Government 707: Introduction to Game Theory for Political Science


             Dissertation Students:

                        Committee Member