PhD, International Political Economy and Comparative Development, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2003
MA, Comparative Political Economy, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1999
BA, Political Science, Global Development, Macalaster College, 1995
- International political economy and comparative development
- Water scarcity
- Transboundary water conflict and government negotiation
- Resolution of water resource allocation issues in Africa and Asia
Kehl, J. R. 2012. “Troubled Waters: The Effects of Scarcity on Interests, Identities, Conflict and Cooperation,” in Williams, M. (editor), The Multicultural Dilemma: Migration, Ethnic Politics, and State Intermediation. New York: Routledge Press.
Kehl, J. R. 2011. “Rethinking the Resource Curse: A Review Essay on the Politics of Oil Investments.” International Studies Review, 13, 3: 495-501.
Kehl, J.R. 2010. “Oil, Water, Blood and Diamonds: International Intervention in Resource Conflicts.” International Negotiation, 15, 3: 391-412.
Kehl, J.R. 2010. “Hydropolitical Complexes and Asymmetrical Power: Conflict, Cooperation, and Governance of International River Systems.” Journal of World-Systems Research: A Journal of Political Economy, 16, 2: 352-367.
Kehl, J. R. 2010. “An Introduction to Virtual Water and Implications for International Trade.” International Journal of Science in Society, November, 2: 145-161.
Kehl, J.R. 2009. Foreign Investment and Domestic Development: Multinationals and the State. Boulder and London: Lynne Rienner Academic Publishers.
Kehl, J.R. 2008. “Watershed Democracy: Hydropolitics and Federalist Experiments in Interstate Water Management.” The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 5,1: 243-257.
Water security, water policy, political economy, resolution of issues related to water extraction and resource allocation, and transboundary water governance.