Erica R. Gould is Director of the International Relations Honors Program and also a Lecturer in the Ford Dorsey Program in International Policy Studies at Stanford University. She teaches courses on international political economy, international organizations, research design and applying theory to policy problems. She has taught previously at the University of Virginia and Johns Hopkins University. Professor Gouldâ??s research has centered mainly around the question of how international organizations are controlled. Her publications includes Money Talks: The International Monetary Fund, Conditionality and Supplementary Financiers (Stanford University Press, 2006), as well as articles in International Organization and several edited volumes. She received her PhD in Political Science from Stanford University and her BA from Cornell University.
INTNLREL 200A: International Relations Honors Field Research (Spring)
INTNLREL 200B: International Relations Honors Seminar (Autumn)
INTNLREL 200C: IR Honors Thesis Writing (Winter)
IPS 201: Managing Global Complexity (Spring)
INTNLREL 197: Directed Reading in International Relations (Summer)
IPS 299: Directed Reading (Spring)