Miles M. Evers
Areas of Expertise
Political economy, international security, social theories of international politics, U.S. foreign policy, and mixed-methods
Major- International Relations
Minor- Research Methods
Miles is currently a Ph.D. candidate. His research unites political economy and international security to understand three broad threats to the international order: rising corporate power, political polarization, and resistance to international norms. Miles' current book-project, Corporate Leviathans: Business Networks and American Statecraft since 1900, studies the influence of American corporations on the exercise of statecraft over the past century. In addition, he is working on projects related to public support for war, resistance to international norms, and the origins of U.S. imperialism in the Pacific. Related work has appeared in International Studies Quarterly and Perspectives on Politics.
Evers, Miles M. (2017) “On Transgression.” International Studies Quarterly 61:4, 786–794.