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Lloyd, Paulette
AAAS Diplomacy Fellow
American Association for the Advancement of Science
 
Member
Advisory Board, Center for the Study of Global Change

Washington, DC
Phone: N/A      E-mail: plloyd2012@gmail.com     

Paulette Lloyd is an AAAS Diplomacy Fellow at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She received her PhD in sociology from UCLA followed by a fellowship with the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. She is an advisory board member of the Center for Global Change and the Ph.D. Minor in Human Rights as well as an affiliate faculty member of the IU Center on Law, Society and Culture. She has two primary research foci: social network methods, and global and transnational processes with an emphasis on the globalization of law. Her globalization of law research includes three projects: the role of the UN in the creation of an international consensus on the core human rights treaties and contributing to the diffusion of democracy, and the creation of a new transnational legal order on human trafficking (and transnational crime more generally). Both projects address her interest in high risk cooperation across national and cultural barriers, and factors that enhance cooperation and reduce conflict. Her third globalization of law project involves the creation of a comprehensive database of extradition treaties in which she plans to test for factors that enhance international legal cooperation. She applies a range of methods, including social network, correspondence, spatial, and textual analysis in addition to regressions.

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