Visiting Fellows and Other Authors
Peter J. Balint
Peter J. Balint is Adjunct Lecturer in Quantitative Methods and a doctoral candidate in Enivronmental Policy at the School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland. His current research focuses on efforts to integrate environmental conservation and socioeconomic development in rural areas of poor countries. He has published articles on drinking water and sanitation in the developing world and on the economic and ecological effects of marine biotechnology in Politics and the Life Sciences and Journal of Public and International Affairs.
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