Minh Ly's research focuses on political theory, democratic theory, global justice, and the ethics of international political economy. He is completing a book manuscript, A Human Right to Democratic Accountability. It develops an original theory of what democratic principles require in a globalized world. When people are subject to states and international organizations, what do democratic values call for? The book argues that people who are subject to public policies should have a right to participate in a system of democratic accountability to protect their human rights. He has published in the Review of International Political Economy and the Routledge Handbook of Global Economic Governance. Ly holds a Ph.D in political science from Brown University and an A.B. in social studies from Harvard University.
Values and Public Life Postdoctoral Research Associate
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