J.P. Singh

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Dr. J.P. Singh "teaches and researches international trade and negotiations, international development, qualitative research methods, and international cultural policies.

"He is the author of "Negotiating the Global Information Economy" (Cambridge, 2008/forthcoming), "Leapfrogging Development? The Political Economy of Telecommunications Restructuring" (SUNY, 1999) and co-editor (with James N. Rosenau) of "Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance" (SUNY, 2002). His current book project is titled "United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: Creating Norms in a Complex World" (Routledge, In preparation). He was Co-Principal Investigator for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: A People Looking Forward, a 300 page report submitted to the U.S. President in 2001. Refereed article publications include those in Information Technology and International Development, Journal of International Communication, Telecommunications Policy, Info, International Negotiation, Prometheus, Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications, and several edited collections.

"Dr. Singh holds several appointments related to his research interests. He is the Editor-in-Chief for Review of Policy Research, an official journal of the Policy Studies Organization, published by Blackwell. He is also a political consultant for Voice of America’s Hindi broadcasts and appears regularly on their radio and television shows. He was a Visiting Scholar at the World Trade Organization in Geneva in 2004 and a Visiting Fellow at the New America Foundation (2002-04) in Washington, DC.

"He also holds several positions in professional associations. He chairs the Science, Technology and Environmental Politics section of the American Political Science Association. He is the President of the International Communication section of the International Studies Association. He is also a Vice President of the Policy Studies Organization and Ex-President of the International Communication section of the International Studies Association.

"Grants and fellowships include those from the Social Science Research Council, World Bank, World Trade Organization, Ford Foundation, White House, and The Asia Society. He was one of the lead people involved in the World Bank-CCT e-commerce development project “Cottage Industry Global Marketplace” implemented in Himachal Pradesh, India, from 2000 to 2003." [1]

  • Conflict Management Faculty, SAIS

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  1. Conflict Management Faculty, SAIS, accessed April 8, 2010.