Martin S. Edwards is an Associate Professor in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University, where he teaches classes on International Organizations and Research Methods. His research on the International Monetary Fund has been supported by the National Science Foundation, and he has been a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Global Governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. His book on IMF and WTO economic surveillance will be coming out in 2019. Recent articles have appeared in SAIS Review, International Studies Perspectives, Review of International Organizations, Political Research Quarterly, and Review of International Political Economy. His policy commentary has appeared in the Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Open Democracy, the World Policy Journal Blog, The Hill, The Conversation, World Politics Review, and Foreign Policy in Focus. He has been a university nominee for the Carnegie/CASE US Professor of the Year and the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for International Studies Quarterly.
Martin's 2018-20 CPD Research Fellowship project is titled: "Twitter Diplomacy and IMF Surveillance – Social Media, Information Dissemination, and the Challenge of Policy Leverage."