Office: 355 Liberal Arts Building
Phone: (406) 243-4704
Abhishek Chatterjee is an assistant professor of Political Science. His primary research interests are comparative and international political economy, particularly the origins of states and financial markets, and the philosophy of social sciences, especially the relationship between ontology and research methods.
He tends to write about himself in the third person and--unrelated to this latter proclivity--teaches such courses as political economy, state formation, and comparative politics/government (both introductory and graduate).
Field Of Study:
Comparative Politics, Political Economy, State and Market Formation, Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Research Methods
PSCI 391 International Political Economy
PSCI 320 State Formation in South Asia
PSCI 320 Comparative Democratization
PSCI 520 Comparative Government
Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2010