Adam Chalmers is a Senior Lecturer of International Political Economy at King’s College London. He has a PhD in Political Science from McGill University (2011) and was an Assistant Professor of International Relations at Leiden University in the Netherlands (2011-2015). His research, which mainly focuses on international regulatory politics, the politicisation of international trade and interest group politics, has been published in numerous journals (including Regulation and Governance, Business and Politics, European Journal of Political Research, Political Communication, and Review of International Political Economy), book chapters and policy papers.
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