Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2004. Major interests focus on international and comparative political economy, Globalization, democratic institutions, and the European Union.
Author of Access Points: An Institutional Theory of Policy Bias and Complexity, published by Oxford University Press. Professor Ehrlich's research interests include International Relations and Comparative Politics with a primary focus on the politics of globalization. His current research projects include the following: investigating how democratic institutions and interest groups interact to influence trade policymaking; the politics of regulatory complexity; lobbying in the European Union; and investigating the fair trade movement in the United States and Europe. Other research interests include comparative and international political economy, comparative democratic institutions, and research methods.
Politics of the European Union
International Relations Core Seminar