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Renee Marlin-Bennett (b. 1959) is a professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. She conducts interdisciplinary research on global political economy issues, focusing on the political economy of information, science, and technology.

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Biography

Early life and education

Marlin-Bennett earned her B.A. cum laude in international relations from Pomona College and her doctorate in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She conducts interdisciplinary research on global political economy issues, focusing on the political economy of information, science, and technology.

Career

From 1987 to 2007, she served on the faculty of International Relations in the American University School of International Service. At American University, she also served as Director of the Division of International Politics and Foreign Policy, the largest division of the School of International Service.

Marlin-Bennett is currently a professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. Her current research concerns the political economy of different forms of global surveillance, specifically focusing on political control of the collection and analysis of data and the dissemination of results.

Published works

  • Food Fights: International Regimes and the Politics of Agricultural Trade Disputes (Gordon and Breach, 1993)
  • Knowledge Power: Intellectual Property, Information, and Privacy (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004)

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