Clint Peinhardt

Clint Peinhardt
Lecturer I, Executive Education
(972) 883-4955
PhD, The University of Michigan, 2004
MA, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands, 1996
BA, Birmingham-Southern College, 1993
IMS 6213 Global Politics in Business
Current / Recent Research
“Evaluating Three Explanations for the Design of Bilateral Investment Treaties” (2014, World Politics);  “Failure to Deliver: Investment Effects of US Preferential Economic Agreements” (2012, The World Economy); “Contingent Credibilty: The Impact of Investment Treaty violations on Foreign Direct Investment” (2011, International Organization)
Awards and Recognition
The University of Texas System, Regents Outstanding Teaching Award, 2011-12
Professional Organizations
American Political Science Association
International Studies Association
Midwest Political Science Association
Clint Peinhardt specializes in International Relations, particularly International Political Economy and International Organizations. In addition to teaching classes on those subjects at UTD’s School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, his research investigates the intersection of international politics, economics, and law. Recent papers analyze the international “rules” governing foreign investment via investment treaties, as well as financial liberalization, such as the opening of stock markets to foreign investors and the process of recruiting multinational corporations to new sites of production. Recent research examines the role of political risk insurance in resolving investor-state disputes.
List of Published Works