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Miranda A. Schreurs

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Miranda A. Schreurs (Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1996) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park.  Her current research interests focus on comparative environmental and energy politics in Japan, Germany and the U.S., and on regional environmental cooperation in East Asia.  She has a book manuscript under review entitled, Environmental Politics in Japan, Germany, and the US: Competing Paradigms.  She has co-edited with Dennis Pirages a book that explores environmental, ecological, and energy security and cooperation in Northeast Asia, Ecological Security in Northeast Asia, Seoul (Yonsei University Press, 1998).   She also co-edited with Elizabeth Economy, The Internationalization of Environmental Protection (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), which examines international environmental policy making in Japan,

Germany, Great Britain,the US, China, Russia, the European Union, and Zimbabwe through comparative case studies. She has published extensively on Japanese, German, US, and Northeast Asian environmental and energy policy issues in edited volumes from Cambridge, MIT, Oxford and Britt among others. Journal publications appear in Leviathan, Environmental Politics, the Journal of Pacific Asia, and Kaigai Jijo.

In the summer of 1999 Schreurs participated in a three-week Fulbright German Studies Seminar on Alternative Energy and the Environment held in Germany. She has conducted research in Japan, Germany, and the Netherlands on a Fulbright dissertation fellowship (1990-91), a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in International Peace and Security Affairs, and a National Science Foundation/Science Technology Agency of Japan fellowship. Prior to starting her teaching career at the University of Maryland, Schreurs spent two years conducting research at the Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Schreurs speaks and reads Japanese, German, and Dutch.

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