Christopher Dent

Senior Lecturer in Economics and International Business

FAS: Business School

Edge Hill University

International trade – free trade agreements, Brexit, trade-climate action, Renewable energy and sustainable development, Clean energy trade, East Asia – China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Southeast Asia economies, Regional economic integration, Energy security and the global economic system, New maritime trade routes (especially Northern Sea Route)

Christopher Dent is an international political economist and joined Edge Hill University in 2018 after having previously held positions at the Universities of Leeds, Hull and Lincoln. Christopher is originally from London but moved to North England in his early 20s, where he has lived and worked ever since. For most of his professional career he has studied the impact of the East Asia region (China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia) on the global economic system, especially with regards to trade and trade diplomacy, energy, climate change, sustainable development, regional integration and intermore...

PhD International Political Economy, University of Hull, 2003 MA Economics, University of Leeds, 1992 PGCE Economics/Social Studies, University of York, 1989 BA(Hons) Economics/History, Oxford Brookes University, 1988

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