Tyler Coleman

PhD Student
E004 Locust Street Bldg., 615 Locust Street


Ba, Heather-Leigh Kathryn, and Tyler Coleman. "Deindustrialization and the Demand for Protection." Business and Politics 23, no. 2 (2021): 264-281.

Bio: I am a Political Science PhD Candidate at the Harry S Truman School of Government and Public Affairs. Before coming to the University of Missouri, I received my B.S. in Political Science from Missouri Southern State University. Professionally, my research interests include antidumping protectionism and globalization, with a side interest in foreign direct investment and civil wars. Much of my research focuses on the relationship between antidumping protectionism and globalization, with specific focus on international market volatility and how national integration within globalized markets influences demand for antidumping protectionism. In terms of my side interests, I am particularly interested in how the onset and duration of civil wars impact patterns of foreign direct investment flows across countries.